Daily Corruption News: 4 January 2013

Filed under - Italy

Posted 4 January 2013

Today's top story

Vatican City: Vatican goes ‘cash only’ because of lack of money laundering controls
International Herald Tribune (blogs)

Since Wednesday, museums and businesses in the Holy See have been declining credit card and debit card purchases following a decision by the Bank of Italy that is reportedly linked to concerns over inadequate money-laundering controls.



More news

Germany: Demands to punish corrupt doctors
Deutsche Welle (TI mention)

Sweden: Swedish companies worry more about corruption than Nordic peers
Bloomberg Businessweek

USA: NY man sentenced to 1 year in NJ corruption sting
Associated Press



Blogs and opinion

USA: Kaplan's top ten corporate criminal fines
FCPA Blog



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Can technology help African women to fight corruption?

On the blog: Walking for a corruption free Malaysia





Country / Territory - Italy   
Tags - Money laundering   |   Vatican   |   Deutsche Bank   

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