Crédit Agricole to pay US$1 billion to settle US sanctions case
French bank Crédit Agricole is to pay around US$1 billion to settle allegations that it violated US sanctions imposed on Iran and Sudan between 2003 and 2008, according to reports, but the exact figure has yet to be finalised.
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