Daily Corruption News: 28 July 2014

Filed under - Private sector

Posted 28 July 2014

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Global: Lloyds Banking Group to pay $370 million Libor rigging fines

Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay fines totalling $370 million (217 million pounds) to U.S. and British authorities investigating its part in a global interest rate rigging scandal and manipulating fees for a government lending scheme.

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Global: GSK’s Witty fights back amid bribery scandal and profit warning
Financial Times

Australia: Police charge former Myer manager Andrew Flanagan with fraud
The Sydney Morning Herald

China: China's anti-graft drive is making state media bolder

Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan's anti-corruption movement to eradicate corruption through education
Tengri News

Spain: Funds scandal hits Catalan independence campaign
Financial Times

UK: Scotland bucks UK trend with rise in fraud cases
The Scotsman

Blogs and opinion

US: America's most corrupt state defends itself

News from Transparency International

On the blog: Libya’s top 5 corruption scandals
Web feature: Maldives’ best kept secret

Topic - Private sector   
Tags - fines   |   Libor   |   Lloyds Banking Group   

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