Money Laundering

China’s economy is facing some of its toughest challenges in years. On Wednesday, a day after several Chinese government institutions vowed further stimulus to aid its financial sector, the People’s Bank Of China injected a net $83 billion (560 billion yuan) into open market operations via reverse repo operations — to counter its declining economy. […]

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China’s economy is facing some of its toughest challenges in years. On Wednesday, a day after several Chinese government institutions vowed further stimulus to aid its financial sector, the People’s Bank Of China injected a net $83 billion (560 billion yuan) into open market operations via reverse repo operations — to counter its declining economy. […]

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China’s economy is facing some of its toughest challenges in years. On Wednesday, a day after several Chinese government institutions vowed further stimulus to aid its financial sector, the People’s Bank Of China injected a net $83 billion (560 billion yuan) into open market operations via reverse repo operations — to counter its declining economy. […]

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The Court of Appeals presided by Judge Giovanni Grixti changed Magistrate Ian Farrugia’s decision and found that the request by former Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil does not show how the series of events amount to a crime, or which crime. Magistrate Farrugia had ordered a Magisterial Inquiry into what was unveiled in the Panama Papers […]

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The Court of Appeals presided by Judge Giovanni Grixti changed Magistrate Ian Farrugia’s decision and found that the request by former Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil does not show how the series of events amount to a crime, or which crime. Magistrate Farrugia had ordered a Magisterial Inquiry into what was unveiled in the Panama Papers […]

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The Court of Appeals presided by Judge Giovanni Grixti changed Magistrate Ian Farrugia’s decision and found that the request by former Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil does not show how the series of events amount to a crime, or which crime. Magistrate Farrugia had ordered a Magisterial Inquiry into what was unveiled in the Panama Papers […]

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Jan 17, 2019- A report made public by the Centre for Investigative Journalism Nepal in collaboration with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has revealed gaping holes in our financial regulation. The scandal surrounding the alleged money laundering through tax havens is now escalating into one of the biggest examples of tax fraud in the […]

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Bribery Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman paid a $100 million bribe to former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, according to a witness testifying at Mr. Guzman’s trial in New York. Mr. Peña Nieto has denied the allegation that he took bribes. (Guardian, Time, NYT, NYDN, WSJ, Reuters, AFP, NYP, NYT) Goldman Sachs head David Solomon apologized […]

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In the same week that The Economist’s Intelligence Unit Democracy Index reconfirmed Malta’s status as a ‘full democracy’, a judgment by Mr Justice Giovanni Grixti revoking an inquiring magistrate’s decision to hold an inquiry on the Panama Papers leaks has muddied the waters. Simon Busuttil had asked the court to launch a magisterial inquiry into […]

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