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Thursday’s Top Stories From Global Financial Integrity

May 24, 2012

By Kyle Hunter

Kyle Hunter is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

Ivory Poachers Hide Behind State-Created “Shell” Companies
C-SPAN, May 24, 2012

Dirty Money Still Untouched in Mexico
IPS, May 23, 2012

Government must exercise hard options to recover cash hoard
Financial Chronicle (India), May 22, 2012

UK Tax Department Under Fire For Tax Avoidance Advice
The Wall Street Journal, May 23, 2012

Reps to investigate tax evasion in Nigeria
Business Day (Nigeria), May 24, 2012

Tax and financial havens: a threat to the EU’s internal market
The Information Daily, May 24, 2012

Mexican Businessman Charged In Texas With Money Laundering
The Wall Street Journal (blog), May 23, 2012

Vatican bank chief ousted after unanimous no-confidence vote
USA Today, May 24, 2012

To Stop Corruption, Egypt Needs a Freedom of Information Law
The Huffington Post (blog), May 23, 2012

Dems Ask U.S. Chamber If Firms That Bribed Are Behind Its Push To Weaken Anti-Bribery Law
The Huffington Post, May 22, 2012

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