Indonesia amnesty / Malaysia funds / India black money

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Controversial Indonesian tax amnesty proves divisive.  Indonesia has hailed a tax amnesty as a major success after it raised more than US$10.2 billion (S$14 billion) in its first few months, but criticism is mounting that the controversial scheme lets the super-rich off the hook.
Today Online:

When funds go missing: how FixMyStreet is helping fight corruption in Malaysia (op-ed)
.  "In Malaysia, there’s no obligation for authorities to publish data on how public funds are spent, so it’s easy for corruption to thrive."

India seeks enhanced Swiss cooperation to tackle black money
.  India has asked Switzerland to provide more information on Indian citizens stashing illegal funds in that country.
Press Trust of India/Business Standard:

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