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Monday’s Top Stories From Global Financial Integrity

June 4, 2012

By Kyle Hunter

Kyle Hunter is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

World Bank Lauded for Publishing Sanctions Decisions
IPS News, June 3, 2012

Anti-graft activists press Indian gov’t for action
Associated Press, June 3, 2012

Blank paper on black money
India Monitor, June 3, 2012

Development is SA’s weak spot
Mail & Guardian (South Africa), June 1, 2012

U.S. Multinationals Lobby to Alter Tax Rules They Sought
Businessweek, June 4, 2012

Enter at your own risk
Business Today (India), June 10, 2012

UK Launches New Tax Taskforces
Tax-News, June 4, 2012

Senate OKs Anti-Terrorist Financing Act on 2nd reading
GMA News (Philippines), June 4, 2012

Wal-Mart Re-Elects All of its Board Members
Dow Jones Newswires, June 4, 2012

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