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July 8, 2011

By Ryan Isakow

Ryan Isakow, a student at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, is a communications intern at Global Financial Integrity in Washington, DC.

ICAI to suggest ways to deal with black money
Business Standard, July 8, 2011

Mistrial in U.S. bribery sting after jury deadlock
Reuters, July 7, 2011

Vatican seeks to make new watchdog independent
AP, July 7, 2011

Holy cow, taxman! Featherweight activist battles the dodgers
The Guardian, July 7, 2011

Greek, Romanian Firms Find Tax Haven In Bulgaria
EurActive, July 7, 2011

News of the World paid bribes worth £100,000 to up to five Met officers
The Guardian, July 7, 2011

Brazil president faces corruption scandals
Los Angeles Times, July 8, 2011

India needs better pay scale, not laws, to prevent graft
The Asian Age, July 8, 2011

Serbia’s Premier Says Top Priority Is Fight Against Corruption
Bloomberg, July 7, 2011

Croatian anti-graft police arrest top army commander
Reuters, July 8, 2011

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