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Friday’s Top Stories From Global Financial Integrity

June 15, 2012

By Sam McWilliams

Sam McWilliams is a Media Intern at Global Financial Integrity.

The Financial Crimes That Are Destroying The Economy Of The Developing World
Fast Company, June 14, 2012

Indian Telecom Company Bharti Airtel Ordered To Pay Rs 7 Billion For Tax Evasion
International Business Times, June 15, 2012

Tax avoidance campaigners can challenge Goldman deal
BBC, June 13, 2012

Punjab tightens its noose on tax evaders
Hindustan Times, June 15, 2012

NYC lawyer for suspected terrorists indicted in Syracuse on tax evasion charges
The Post-Standard, June 14, 2012

Nigeria: U.S.$620,000 Bribery Scandal – Police Detain Farouk Lawan Overnight
All Africa, June 15, 2012

Wal-Mart expands foreign corruption probe
CNN Money, June 14, 2012

Commerzbank had anti-money laundering lapses: Fed
Reuters, June 14, 2012

In Mexico, case of ex-governor and narcos reads like crime thriller
The Washington Post, June 14, 2012

The Zetas: Coming to a racetrack near you
The Christian Science Monitor, June 13, 2012

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