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Crime, corruption and tax evasion costs developing world $6 tril, led by China: report

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so the problem lies with 'advanced' countries accepting or facilitating such "outflows?"

Exactly and this is why the US government has been coming down hard on banks these past couple of months with billion dollar fines.

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I told you so, China is corrupt.

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...this year saw India, Nigeria, the Philippines and Nigeria join the ranks

Things must be really bad in Nigeria. It's listed twice!

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Add two more zeros and see the Developed countries additions.

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Yeheyyyyyy ! China is not only rich and powerful but very CORRUPT as well.

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Yea Poke! C'mon! Whereas in democratic Japan, there is very very very little corruption if not at all. Modern Japan is morally clean when it comes to corruption.

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Wait, you mean to say that a huge Asian authoritarian dictatorship is massively corrupt? My mind is blown.

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so the problem lies with 'advanced' countries accepting or facilitating such "outflows?"

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