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April 3, 2012

By EJ Fagan

EJ Fagan was New Media Coordinator for the FTC from 2011-2013. He is now Deputy Communications Director for Global Financial Integrity. You can follow him on Twitter @ejfagan.

Re: Tax Me If You Can
The New Yorker (Letter to the Editor), April 2, 2012

Capital flight is a hemorrhage for Africa
El Pais (Español), April 2, 2012

Swiss take fall as US and UK ‘havens’ thrive: report
The Local (Switzerland), April 3, 2012

India puts UK in a fix over Vodafone case
India Today, April 3, 2012

Tax loopholes still not closed
The Edmonton Journal, April 3, 2012

The Micro-Multinational: Our Experience With Bribery in Foreign Markets
The New York Times (blog), April 3, 2012

Survey: petty corruption costing Greeks millions
The Associated Press, April 3, 2012

Greek debt crisis hits bribery culture
AFP, April 3, 2012

Buying Avon Could Bring Coty A Hefty Bribery Risk
The Wall Street Journal (blog), April 2, 2012

Hong Kong’s billionaire Kwok brothers profess innocence amid high-profile corruption probe
The Associated Press, April 3, 2012

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