Daily Corruption News: 19 June 2012

Filed under - Oil and gas

Posted 19 June 2012

Today's top story

Mozambique: Mozambique coal, gas: boom for all, or just a few?
Reuters (TI mention)

In Mozambique's port capital Maputo, glitzy offices, boutique hotels and fancy restaurants are popping up alongside crumbling colonial buildings, nourished by multi-billion dollar investment in coal and gas deposits to the north.

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France: Fraud charges threaten Burgundy's vaunted reputation
International Herald Tribune

Ireland: Whistleblowing legislation expected to be strengthened
The Irish Times (TI mention)

Malaysia: Malaysia names 900 graft convicts
The Jakarta Post

Pakistan: Pakistan Supreme Court bars PM Gilani from office
BBC News

USA: SEC seeks to reinstate claims against Goldman Sachs’s Tourre

Blogs and opinion

Global: Corruption isn’t somebody else’s problem

Global: Can G20 Summits deliver financial reform?
The Huffington Post (TI mention)

News from Transparency International

Web feature: Rio+20: The future we want is corruption-free

On the blog: Keeping elections clean: TI-Malaysia launches Election Integrity Pledge

Topic - Oil and gas   
Tags - Bribery   |   Public Sector   |   Mozambique   

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