Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Transparency International Newsletter this week.

Today's top story
Global: Ban £50 notes to tackle crime, ex-bank chief says
BBC
Central banks should stop issuing £50, $100 and €500 notes to tackle crime, according to a former bank boss. The high-denomination notes are favoured by terrorists, drug lords and tax evaders, argues Peter Sands, former chief executive of Standard Chartered bank, in a new report.
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Blogs and opinion
Global: Mark Wolf: Judge on a global mission
The Globalist (TI mention)
Indonesia: Indonesia’s anti-corruption fight
The Diplomat (TI mention)

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