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Wednesday
Jul292015

Australia lifts ‘worst-ever’ gag order in banknote bribe case

Victoria's Supreme Court revoked a year-old suppression order that had prevented publication of any information about alleged overseas bribes the Reserve Bank of Australia paid to win banknote printing contracts in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

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Tuesday
Nov192013

Did the SFO use U.K. press laws to muzzle reports?

The U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) obtained an order from a British judge last month forbidding the Wall Street Journal from printing the names of dozens of individuals who are expected to be named as co-conspirators in the SFO’s investigation of the London interbank offer rate (LIBOR).

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Tuesday
May282013

Malaysia governor may be worth $15 billion

Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud (Photo courtesy of http://chiefministertaib.sarawak.gov.my)The long-time leader of Malaysia’s largest state who was featured in undercover footage shot by NGO Global Witness may be one of Asia's richest people.

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Thursday
Apr112013

Secret cable reveals pre-FCPA warnings of unlevel playing field in India, Asia

Wikileaks on Monday published a classified July 1976 U.S. diplomatic cable warning that any international law against bribery would harm U.S. business in India and other parts of Asia, while less compliant competitors from other developed countries would benefit.

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