Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Opinion / DT 4-5 / 2014

Massive illict flows from Africa. Still not a donor priority

Every year, nearly a trillion dollars leaves developing countries in illicit financial outflows--the proceeds of crime, corruption, and tax evasion--according to our research at Global Financial Integrity. The predominant way that measured illicit money flows out of developing countries is through a process called trade misinvoicing.

Blunt about efforts to save the rainforest

Norway’s efforts to preserve the rainforests can make a difference by giving advocates of forest protection a better chance in national debates. Per Fredrik Pharo responds to Chris Lang.