Daily Corruption News: 27 August 2014

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Posted 27 August 2014

Today's top story

France: IMF's Lagarde put under investigation in French fraud case

IMF chief Christine Lagarde has been put under formal investigation by French magistrates for negligence in a political fraud affair dating from 2008 when she was finance minister.

More news

Global: India bans Finmeccanica from bidding for contracts amid graft case

Cambodia: Corruption an inescapable reality for SMEs
The Cambodia Daily (TI mention)

Canada: Toronto lawyer arrested in alleged condo fraud totalling $12.4 million
The Globe and Mail

China: China's top judge lauds Zhou corruption probe - state media

India: India court says 'criminal' MPs should not be in cabinet

Blogs and opinion

Global: Cooperation is key: African online activist Ory Okolloh on the open data movement
Deutsche Welle

News from Transparency International

Web feature: Real lives, true stories: Citizens taking action against corruption
On the blog: Lessons from the election: low levels of transparency raise red flags in Turkey

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