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GFI: Egypt lost US$1.6 billion to Trade Misinvoicing in 2016; Revenue needed for SDGs

By Ben Iorio On June 26th, Global Financial Integrity (GFI) published a comprehensive study estimating Egyptian revenue losses of approximately US$1.6 billion as a result of trade misinvoicing in 2016. By deploying a detailed analysis of the...

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Need funds for the SDGs? Tackle trade fraud

As scores of government representatives gather at the UN this morning for 10 days of high-level discussions on the current progress of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the elephant in the room is how developing and emerging...

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GFI: Indonesia lost US$6.5 billion to Trade Misinvoicing in 2016; Revenue needed for SDGs

By Ben Iorio Baca dalam Bahasa On June 23rd, Global Financial Integrity (GFI) published a comprehensive study estimating the amount of revenue losses Indonesia incurred as a result of trade misinvoicing in 2016. By analyzing data published...

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El Caso Odebrecht: El rol del movimiento social y del periodismo

Por Diana Pérez Córdova Read in English No hay nada más inspirador que observar cómo un país se une para lograr un objetivo común. En diversas ocasiones miles de personas se han reunido para ejercer su derecho...

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The Odebrecht Case: The role of social mobilization and journalism

By Diana Pérez Córdova Leer en Español There is nothing more inspirational than to see a country come together to accomplish a common goal. Time and time again, thousands of people have gathered together to exercise their...

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Cryptocurrency and the rise of new illicit financial flows

By Ben Iorio With the rise of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, the norms for currency have changed. Cryptocurrencies allow transactions to take place with a currency not regulated by any country. In essence, cryptocurrencies are currencies existing completely...

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Anonymous companies – A way forward

The relationship between anonymous companies, corruption, money laundering, drug and weapons trafficking, organized crime and terrorist financing isn’t new. Studies from the Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD) from nearly two decades ago identified that nearly...

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Anonymous Companies and Transnational Crime

Transnational crimes generate US$1.6 trillion to US$2.2 trillion annually In 2017, Global Financial Integrity (GFI) did a study on transnational crime and found that the combined annual value of 11 different transnational criminal markets was between US$1.6...

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