Daily Corruption News - Transparency International - 9 May 2016
9 May 2016
Today's top story
Global: Nigerian leader, Kerry join UK anti-corruption summit
The presidents of Afghanistan, Colombia and Nigeria will join US Secretary of State John Kerry at an anti-corruption summit in London next week, which British leader David Cameron said Sunday will make the issue a global priority.
Global: Michael Platini: Frenchman resigns as UEFA president after CAS deccision
Global: Tax havens have no economic justification, say top economists
Global: More than $12 trillion from emerging economies stashed in offshore accounts
Global: Bribery still rife as 80 percent of executives admit seeing it
Brazil: Brazil’s former minister Mantega questioned in fraud case: police
Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinea Police Commissioner reopens anti-corruption unit
Philippines: The $10 billion question: what happened to the Marcos millions?
South Africa: South Africa’s top anti-graft official fears for her life
UK: Tour shines light on where billionaires stash their ‘Dirty Money'
NBC (TI mention)
Blogs and opinion
Chile: “Saying there is no damage to the reputation would be lying”
El Mercurio (TI mention)
US: US response to the Panama Papers: A step in the right direction but more action is needed
The FCPA Blog
News from Transparency InternationalOn the blog: Let’s celebrate whistleblowers: A case from Italy
Press release: Do not let the UK summit be another missed opportunity to fight corruption