Daily Corruption News: 30 April 2012

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 30 April 2012

Today's top story

Austria: Austria toughens anti-graft laws after scandals
Agence France Presse (TI mention)

After a series of corruption scandals implicating top politicians, Austria is moving to reform its anti-graft legislation, which is deemed too lax by many.

Please note: The next edition of the Daily Corruption News will be published on 2 May due to a public holiday in Berlin tomorrow.

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Global: A class in integrity (TI mention)
The Times of India

Canada: Swiss arrest former SNC-Lavalin executive for alleged corruption
The Toronto Star

China: China business culture means countless bribery risks for U.S. businesses
Reuters

Greece: Former Greek bank chief jailed in anti-fraud drive
Reuters

Hong Kong: Most frauds detected by accident, Hong Kong conference hears
TrustLaw

India: Top Indian politician jailed for four years in bribe case
Agence France Presse

Kosovo: Doubts raised about high profile corruption case
Southeast European Times

Blogs and opinion

Nigeria: Hard graft
The Economist

USA: Violating the public trust?
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting

News from Transparency International

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