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Thursday’s Top Stories From Global Financial Integrity

June 14, 2012

By Kyle Hunter

Kyle Hunter is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

Tax: Joining forces to fight financial crime and illicit activities
OECD (Press Release), June 14, 2012

It’s the Rules, Rio
Huffington Post, June 13, 2012

Tanzania: Trillions ‘Lost’ in Capital Flight
AllAfrica (Blog), June 13, 2012

Nigeria: U.S.$18 Billion Telecoms Revenue Gone With Capital Flight
AllAfrica, June 14, 2012

Is Capital Fleeing the Euro Zone?
CNBC (Blog), June 13, 2012

UAE Central Bank sees rise in suspicious transactions
Reuters, June 13, 2012

Unholy mess: Vatican amidst mafia money-laundering scandal
RT, June 13, 2012

Second Oil Venture Probes Corruption Allegations in Kazakhstan
The Wall Street Journal (Blog), June 13, 2012

Soccer Officials Sentenced in China
The New York Times, June 13, 2012

Nigeria: Corruption – ‘Nigeria Runs the Risk of Irredeemable Collapse’ Says ICPC
AllAfrica (Blog), June 13, 2012

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