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Friday’s Top Stories From Global Financial Integrity

May 25, 2012

By Sam McWilliams

Sam McWilliams is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

US Lawmakers Hear Pleas to Save African Elephants, Rhinos
Voice of America, May 24, 2012

China at heart of ivory plunder surge, US Senate told
MSN Business, May 24, 2012

Black money being re-routed into India via real estate deals: Bibek Debroy
The Economic Times, May 22, 2012

More control on bank transfers
Tico Times (Costa Rica), May 25, 2012

Senate to amend antilaundering law
Inquirer News (Philippines), May 25, 2012

Police accuse Wyclef Jean and Al Sharpton of laundering money for drug kingpin also linked to P. Diddy
Daily Mail (UK), May 24, 2012

300 nabbed for money laundering and tax evasion
The Sun Daily (Malaysia), May 25, 2012

International money laundering, part 1 of 2: The human toll
Fraud Magazine, May/June, 2012

Illicit Networks and the Rise of “Mafia States”
Council On Foreign Relations, May 24, 2012

Report: Executives more willing to pay bribes
CNN, May 25, 2012

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