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South Dakota is one of the world's most valuable places for billionaires

May 13, 2016
The state's trust laws allow you to shelter a lot of income.
Assets held in South Dakota trusts in 2014 amounted to about $226 billion, according to the Financial Times.
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India uses tech to reduce bribes among police and government officials

Apr 19, 2016
The country’s ranking on the Transparency International’s corruption perceptions index drops. The reason? Anti-bribery measures, according to the government.
Delhi police personnel stand guard during a protest on Feb. 27.
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U.S. has been cracking down on offshore tax evasion for years

Apr 5, 2016
The 'Panama Papers' leak sparks promises of a crackdown on offshore shell corporations and bank secrecy to hide the proceeds of corruption and criminal enterprises.
A view of a sign outside the building where the Mossack Fonseca law firm offices are based.
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Is it game over for FIFA sponsors?

Dec 21, 2015
FIFA continues to face sponsor problems.

Pope highlights poverty, climate change on Africa trip

Nov 26, 2015
Pope Francis is visiting Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic.

United's CEO has stepped down amid a federal probe

Sep 8, 2015
One of the airlines routes is key to an investigation into the Port Authority.

Drawing the line between contributions and bribes

Mar 9, 2015
When it comes to a bribery investigation, a number of factors are considered.

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The "side business" phenomenon in Nigeria

Feb 19, 2015
Turning your 5 to 9 job into a global business, the Nigerian way.

Ford's China conundrum: Big profits, bribery allegations

Apr 4, 2014
More autoworkers are Chinese – assembling cars in China for sale to Chinese consumers.

Mexico's corruption problem

Dec 26, 2013
Corruption in Mexico was one of the focal points of President Enrique Peña Nieto's election campaign. But Transparency International hasn't given Mexico very high marks