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Wednesday’s Top Stories From Global Financial Integrity

May 16, 2012

By Kyle Hunter

Kyle Hunter is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

India better at curbing black money than peers
Mint.com (India), May 16, 2012

Firms urge delay in IRS offshore tax dodger rules
Reuters, May 15, 2012

Tax havens: a low cost place in the sun
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, May 15, 2012

Bishops want tougher regulations to end tax dodging
Christian Today, May 16, 2012

Swiss Bank Whistle-Blowers Said to Have Handed Over Data to U.K.
Bloomberg, May 15, 2012

Has the Guardian exploited tax loopholes to save millions?
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, May 16, 2012

Luxembourg, Austria Veto EU Effort to Open Savings Tax Talks
Bloomberg, May 15, 2012

U.S. citizens’ bank accounts in Lebanon laid bare
The Daily Star (Lebanon), May 16, 2012

Bharti Airtel faces money laundering investigation
India Today, May 16, 2012

Lawmakers sign integrity pledge
The Korea Times, May 14, 2012

Why Corporate America Shrugged at the Wal-Mart Bribery Scandal
The New Republic, May 16, 2012

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