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Tuesday’s Daily News Digest

June 28, 2011

By Dan Hennessey

Daniel Hennessey, an international affairs and geography major at the George Washington University, is an outreach and communications intern at Global Financial Integrity in Washington, DC.

Jury weighs first US foreign bribe sting case
Associated Press, June 28, 2011

Argentina told to do more to fight against money laundering
Reuters, June 27, 2011

Azerbaijani President’s Daughter’s Tied to Fast-Rising Telecoms Firm
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, June 27, 2011

Cosatu: Corruption is stealing from the poor
Business Report, June 28, 2011

Special Report: A little house of secrets on the Great Plains
Reuters, June 28, 2011

Kenyan PM pays Kshs.3.3m in tax arrears
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, June 27, 2011

Don’t Fall for Corporate Repatriation
Politico, June 27, 2011

Money laundering goes largely unpunished in Canada
Globe and Mail, June 27, 2011

Bribery between cops, timber exporters worries sawmillers
The Post, June 28, 2011

Canadian Oil and Gas Co. NIKO Enters $9.5M Guilty Plea for Bribery
Corporate Counsel, June 28, 2011


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