Daily Corruption News: 13 June 2012

Filed under - Private sector

Posted 13 June 2012

Today's top story

Global: Wal-Mart bribery review includes India, China
Reuters

Lawyers for Wal-Mart Stores Inc have flagged Brazil, China, India and South Africa in addition to Mexico, as countries that represent the highest corruption risk in a global review, according to a letter from lawmakers investigating the company.



More news

China: Lengthy prison terms in Chinese soccer corruption case
New York Times

Czech Republic: Czech MP faces trial after corruption immunity lifted
The Budapest Times

Egypt: Mubarak sons face graft trial next month - sources
Reuters

Ireland: Review finds no evidence of corruption in planning
The Irish Independent

Nigeria: Nigeria Police investigate subsidy probe bribe allegations
Bloomberg

Pakistan: Pakistan Court initiates contempt charge against justice’s accuser
New York Times



Multimedia of the week

Global: Just how corrupt is Europe?
Al Jazeera English



Blogs and opinion

UK: Ownership is the key to the corruption of the media
The Guardian



News from Transparency International

News: Rio + 20: the future we want is corruption free
Call for proposals: Submit your proposal for the next International Anti-Corruption Conference session





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