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Tuesday’s Top Stories from Global Financial Integrity

May 15, 2012

By Kyle Hunter

Kyle Hunter is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

EU Pledges Campaign Against 1 Trillion Euros in Tax Evasion
Bloomberg, May 15, 2012

ExxonMobil vs. Dodd-Frank
Businessweek, May 10, 2012

Forecasting the Future of FCPA Enforcement
Law.com (blog), May 9, 2012

Analysis: Nigeria president unlikely to risk oil graft crackdown
Reuters, May 13, 2012

Nigeria: Oil Subsidy Report – President Jonathan’s Litmus Test on Fight Corruption
Vanguard (Nigeria), May 12, 2012

What can Slovenia learn from New Orleans?
Transparency International, May 11, 2012

KKR boosts anti-corruption credentials
Financial News, May 15, 2012

Study Praises Netherlands Integrity System
The Wall Street Journal (blog), May 14, 2012

More bribery behind sharp increase in suspect money flows
GenevaLunch, May 15, 2012

Italy May Ban Eni From Kazakhstan Over Kickbacks
RIA Novosti, May 10, 2012

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