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May 29, 2012

By Kyle Hunter

Kyle Hunter is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

Money from illegal activities in Mexico flows on
Catholic Online, May 24, 2012

What people want from the president
The Egyptian Gazette, May 29, 2012

This White Paper on black money is blank
The Hindu, May 26, 2012

U.K. Police Add Money Laundering To Phone Hacking Probe
Bloomberg, May 28, 2012

5th rabbi convicted in NJ money-laundering case
Newsday, May 25, 2012

IMF chief blasted for chastising Greeks on tax evasion
CBC News (Canada), May 27, 2012

Senate, Reps to probe tax evasion by firms, others
The Nation (Nigeria), May 25, 2012

Business forum: Good companies don’t bribe. Period.
StarTribune, May 27, 2012

Walmart India sets up special team for anti-corruption compliance
The Economic Times (India), May 28, 2012

Corruption and growth
The Korea Times, May 29, 2012

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