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Friday’s Daily News Digest

May 13, 2011

By Mina Remole

Mina Remole, a recent graduate of Johns Hopkins University, is a communications intern at Global Financial Integrity in Washington, DC.

UN report calls for more tax information exchange
Cayman News Service, May 13, 2011

Deal stopped probes on global corruption
The Australian, May 13, 2011

Nigeria: PIB – Senate Denies N2.5 Billion Bribery Allegation
allAfrica.com, May 12, 2011

Norway probing Yara for ‘paying’ bribe in India
Daily News & Analysis, May 13, 2011

U.S. Tax Laws Change The Rules Of The Game
Forbes, May 13, 2011

Dealpolitik: Microsoft’s Brilliant, Legal Tax Dodge
The Wall Street Journal, May 11, 2011

Dominican lawyer’s shell companies hid Puerto Rican drug lord’s money
Dominican Today, May 13, 2011

India Ratifies UN Convention Against Corruption
Wall Street Journal, May 12, 2011

Cambodia’s Anti-Graft Unit Succeeds In First Case
Wall Street Journal, May 12, 2011

Croatia loses 100 million Euros due to corruption
Croatian Times, May 13, 2011

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