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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
Chinese telecommunications company ZTE is due in court over possible violations of its probation in connection with a 2017 sanctions plea deal.
09 March 2022
The raft of proposed legislative changes includes giving the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) greater teeth by introducing strict liability for sanctions offences.
01 March 2022
The US Department of Justice and Boeing have filed separate motions to halt a bid by victim families to change the terms of the airplane manufacturer’s 737 Max crash settlement.
14 February 2022
Swiss engineering company Foster Wheeler chose not to alert law enforcement agencies despite three separate internal investigations uncovering suspected bribery in Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.
07 February 2022
Swiss lender Credit Suisse is set to face money laundering charges at a rare corporate criminal trial in Switzerland.
04 February 2022
Tata Steel is one of two companies under investigation in the Netherlands for potential environmental crimes.
03 February 2022
The Council of Europe has said 14 countries including the UK are failing to comply with international standards for holding companies liable for money laundering.
21 January 2022
Cruise operator Carnival has agreed to give its in-house investigators freedom to open their own investigations after a subsidiary pleaded guilty to violating its probation terms for a second time.
12 January 2022
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