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May 17, 2012

By Kyle Hunter

Kyle Hunter is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

GFI Calls on G8 to Tackle Illicit Financial Flows at Camp David Summit
Global Financial Integrity (Press Release), May 17, 2012

CSOs, Business Groups Call on Congress to Support Incorporation Transparency, Ban US Shell Companies
Global Financial Integrity (Press Release), May 16, 2012

Nonprofits, Businesses Call For End To Corporate Secrecy
The Wall Street Journal (blog), May 16, 2012

Liberal groups lobby for shell company bill
The Hill (blog), May 16, 2012

Oxfam sues SEC to force completion of Dodd-Frank oil transparency rule
The Hill (blog), May 16, 2012

Oxfam Files Lawsuit Against SEC Over Extractive Industry Rules
The Wall Street Journal (blog), May 16, 2012

Arafat’s moneyman targeted in corruption probe
Associated Press, May 16, 2012

Global money laundering ring smashed in London
London Evening Standard, May 16, 2012

Anti-money laundering law to be beefed up
Bangkok Post (Thailand), May 16, 2012

End corporate tax avoidance
Newsday, May 11, 2012

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