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South China Morning Post
In China, breaking the law is about to get a whole lot costlier

China may claim to have made great strides in improving the rule of law and expanding rule-based governance, but for the law-abiding majority, their daily experiences often tell a less inspiring story.

Ex-Nissan chief Ghosn hit with fresh corruption charge

Prosecutors looking into allegations that Ghosn funnelled $15m in Nissan funds to a dealership in the Middle East.

South China Morning Post
Former Chinese Interpol president Meng Hongwei facing prosecution on bribery charge

The disappeared former president of Interpol Meng Hongwei has been formally arrested in China on suspicion of accepting bribes, prosecutors announced on Wednesday.

the japan times
China charges ex-Interpol president with bribery as wife questions if he's still alive

China announced Wednesday that it has formally arrested former Interpol President Meng Hongwei on suspicion of accepting bribes.

Jailed French executive who felt force of US bribery law

In April 2013, as Frédéric Pierucci stepped off a plane at New York's JFK airport during a routine business trip, he was seized and handcuffed by uniformed men.

Swedbank admits money laundering flaws, faces multiple U.S. probes

Swedbank admitted to failings in combating money laundering on Thursday and said it was under investigation by multiple U.S. authorities, piling more pressure on the bank as it tries to rebuild its reputation.

Swedish Lawmakers Call on Government to Review Money Laundering

Sweden’s Left Party and Christian Democrats called on the government to initiate a review to address money laundering at banks and make sure the financial regulator has adequate tools and capacity.

Algeria: 5 billionaires arrested as part of anti-corruption drive

Move follows army chief's pledge to launch anti-fraud crackdown as protesters continue to demand political overhaul.

Italy coalition fights over corruption probe as markets fret

Italian coalition feuding intensified on Tuesday, with the ruling parties at loggerheads over a junior minister embroiled in a corruption scandal as markets began pricing in a possible government collapse.

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