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101. Africa Economic and Financial Brief

by AfDB.

Publisher: AfDB, Abidjan: 2013Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
102. Tackle climate change and illicit financial flows together

by New African.

Publisher: New African, London: 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
103. Africa a Net Creditor to the Rest of the World

by AfDB and GFI.

Publisher: AfDB and GFI, Tunis: 2013Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
104. Orders of Magnitude and the Human Cost of Illicit Financial Flows

by Barker, Raymond.

Publisher: Global Financial Intergrity Washington: 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
105. The effect of illicit financial flows on time to reach the fourth Millennium Development Goal in Sub-Saharan Africa: a quantitative analysis

by O’Hare, Bernadette Makuta, Innocent Bar-Zeev , Naor Chiwaula, Levison Cobham, Alex.

Publisher: Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, Bethesda: 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
106. Why Africa is so poor yet so rich

by Nkomo, Dumisani.

Publisher: Southern Eye Bulawayo 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
107. Tackling Illicit Capital Flows for Economic Transformation

by Mbeki, Thabo.

Publisher: Thabo Mbeki Foundation, Gauteng. Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
108. The fight against dirty money goes global

by Smith, Patrick.

Publisher: The Africa Report Paris 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
109. Zim losing billions to corruption

by Nyoni ,Mthandazo.

Publisher: Southern Eye Bulawayo 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
110. Illicit Financial Flows and the Post-2015 Development Agenda

by World Bank.

Publisher: World Bank Washington DC 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
111. RBZ monitoring suspicious transactions

by The Herald.

Publisher: The Herald Harare 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
112. Angola’s Biggest Threat Is Offshore − and It's Not Piracy

by Mailey ,J. R.

Publisher: Think Africa Press London 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
113. The Marrakech Declaration : A 10-Point Action Plan to Combat Illicit Wildlife Trafficking

by AfDB.

Publisher: AfDB, Abidjan: 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
114. ‘How Nigeria fuels illicit financial flows through waivers, concessions to multinationals’

by Adekoya ,Femi Oyebade ,Wole.

Publisher: Nigeria Guardian News Lagos Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
115. Curbing illicit financial flows: How to raise $770bn for African development

by Lomborg ,Bjørn.

Publisher: Daily News Egypt, Cairo 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
116. Secrecy Savannah: Is Kenya being Shaped into Africa’s Flagship Tax Haven?

by Kirk ,Martin Gathoni ,Blessol.

Publisher: Think Africa Press London 2013Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
117. Nigeria: Haunted by Corruption

by Idedia ,Lucky.

Publisher: Think Africa Press London 2012Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
118. Illicit Financial Flows: The Elephant in the Room at the EU-Africa Summit

by Freymeyer ,Christian.

Publisher: Think Africa Press London 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
119. Africa: Rethinking Illicit Financial Flows

by Addis Fortune.

Publisher: Addis Fortune Addis Abeba 2014Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF
120. Tax Abuses, Poverty and Human Rights: A report of the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute Task Force on Illicit Financial Flows, Poverty and Human Rights

by Lipsett ,Lloyd.

Publisher: International Bar Association London 2013Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: in PDF