Terror funding and money laundering targeted as China takes tough approach to internet finance – South China Morning Post (subscription)


South China Morning Post (subscription)
Terror funding and money laundering targeted as China takes tough approach to internet finance
South China Morning Post (subscription)
Chinese authorities plan to set up a technical support system to tackle money laundering and financing for terrorism amid the rise of internet finance, a top central bank official said yesterday, emphasising that both conventional and online financial
China to establish body to tackle money laundering, terrorism financingReuters
China sets up industry group in bid to regulate Internet financingMalay Mail Online

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“The system is rigged against regular people”: Big money has completely warped American democracy – Salon


Salon
“The system is rigged against regular people”: Big money has completely warped American democracy
Salon
Few are as qualified to tackle the massive topic of money in politics as Wendell Potter and Nick Penniman. Their new book, Nation on the Take: How Big Money Corrupts Our Democracy (read an excerpt), is a comprehensive and important examination of the …

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Time to Take a Profit on Gold – Nasdaq


Nasdaq
Time to Take a Profit on Gold
Nasdaq
Gold has been on a tear. At the beginning of January, I wrote here that gold was poised for its best period of performance for years. Not to brag, but that was a pretty good call, and the commodity has climbed about 25 percent in the subsequent two months.
Gold Sees Follow-Through Strength, Post-FOMC; Outside Markets Also BullishForbes
Gold consolidates after FOMC rally; silver above $16/ozThe Bullion Desk
Gold And Silver Rocket Higher, Dollar Plunges, After Fed Fails To Hike RatesSeeking Alpha

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164 ponzi companies vanished after raising public money: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley – India.com


India.com
164 ponzi companies vanished after raising public money: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
India.com
Cases pertaining to the 164 ponzi or chit fund companies have been assigned to the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) for investigation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said in Lok Sabha during Question Hour and released a list of these firms

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