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2012-02-23 12:35:34 Concern Over Dar's Place in Dirty Cash List [Citizen] The business community has asked the government to urgently organise a stakeholders' meeting to look into the blacklisting of Tanzania over claims of money laundering.The business leaders are anxious to see a quick solution to the crisis, which has seen the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF) blacklist the country for failing to meet international standards of doing business. They asserted that the international money-laundering watchdog's action could have serious business consequences

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Wednesday, 10-07-15, 16:50Egypt Foreign Reserves Drop to U.S.$16.3 Billion in September[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egyptian net foreign reserves dropped to $16.335 billion at the end of September, dropping by nearly $2 billion in one month, the central bank said on Wednesday.
Wednesday, 10-07-15, 16:47Senate Divided Over Date for TRC Deliberation[LINA] At their 10th Day Extraordinary Session held at the Capitol Building in Monrovia on Tuesday, members of the Liberian Senate could not easily arrive at a decision on whether the body should deliberate on recommendations contained in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission final report.
Wednesday, 10-07-15, 16:41Bouteflika for Win-Win Partnership Between State, Investors[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika called on the national investors to get more involved in the creation of wealth and jobs in a "win-win" partnership between the State and the economic operators.
Wednesday, 10-07-15, 16:41Reassessment of Algeria-EU Association Agreement 'Necessary'[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Algeria considers "necessary" the reassessment of the economic and commercial sections of the Association Agreement with the European Union which has not "achieved the expected objectives in terms of European investment in Algeria."
Wednesday, 10-07-15, 16:40Western Sahara - UN Urged to Ensure Respect of Sahrawi People's Right to Self-Determination[Algerie Presse Service] Geneva -The coordinator of the Polisario Front with the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) Mhamed Khaddad urged the United Nations to ensure the respect of the Sahrawi people's right to self-determination given its commitments to resolving the conflict of Western Sahara, occupied by Morocco, in an interview with the newspaper Tribune of Geneva, received Wednesday in Algiers.

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