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OFAC has fined a Colorado-based mining company and an equipment distributor in Florida for acquiring explosives originating from Cuba for use at a Suriname gold mine.
22 April 2022
Experts are concerned by the anonymous HMRC settlement. “The fact it’s such a high figure indicates two things: One, it’s pretty damn serious. Two, if it had gone to a criminal trial the fine could have been a lot more,” said one former prosecutor.
08 April 2022
06 April 2022
30 March 2022
A federal court in Dallas has suggested US prosecutors pursue new charges against Chinese telecoms company ZTE for allegedly conspiring to commit visa fraud and violating compliance requirements of a 2017 plea deal.
23 March 2022
The Bureau of Industry and Security’s enforcement chief said the agency has made such cases a priority following “Russia’s unprovoked war against the people of Ukraine”.
03 March 2022
The Senate confirmed Neil MacBride as the top lawyer at a government department that leads US sanctions and anti-money laundering efforts.
11 February 2022
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