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Wednesday’s Daily News Digest

August 31, 2011

By Clark Gascoigne

Clark Gascoigne is the Communications Director at Global Financial Integrity in Washington, DC.

Some companies pay their CEOs more than Uncle Sam, study says
Washington Post, August 31, 2011

Uganda: URA Studying Transfer Pricing Regulations
AllAfrica.com, August 30, 2011

U.S. Probes Oracle Dealings
Wall Street Journal, August 31, 2011

Junkets ‘encourage money laundering’: Wiki cables
Macau Daily Times, August 30, 2011

World Bank Should Refocus Its Anti-Corruption Fight, Audit Says
Bloomberg, August 31, 2011

France’s Sarkozy fends off claims he took illegal campaign cash from L’Oreal heiress
AP, August 31, 2011

Mexico Gov Opens Corruption Probe in Deadly Fire
AP, August 31, 2011

Chinese Telecom Executive Sentenced to Death for Bribery
New York Times, August 31, 2011

Croatian ex-Premier Ivo Sanader charged with corruption
BBC News, August 31, 2011

Armenian Police Chief Arrested On Corruption Charges
RFE/RL, August 31, 2011

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