Pakistan demand / Britain clean-up / China death penalty

INFO: Pakistan's army chief General Raheel Sharif demands end of corruption to eliminate terror.  Pakistan's powerful army chief General Raheel Sharif today said that the ongoing war against terrorism and extremism cannot bring enduring peace and stability unless the menace of corruption is not uprooted.

The Economic Times:

INFO: Britain must clean up 'murky' tax havens to stop money leaving poor nations-campaigners. Britain must lead the global clean-up of tax havens, shell companies and money laundering which has contributed to the loss of billions of dollars from developing nations and fraud in the land sector, according to anti-corruption campaigners.

Paola Totaro, Thomson Reuters Foundation:

INFO: Corruption in China - How Much Dirty Money Attracts the Death Penalty? $463,000.  China has announced new rules governing the use of the death penalty in corruption cases, setting the threshold at 3 million yuan, or $463,000.

Duncan Hewitt, International Business Times:

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