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In the past few years, the Central Bank has intensified its campaign against suspected money launderers after Lebanon's name was removed from the list of noncooperating countries in the fight against dirty money in 2001.
dumping margin" of the noncooperating respondent (197) The CIT
5 percent) responses originate from LSPs engaged in horizontal cooperations, while 174 responses originate from noncooperating LSPs that therefore had to be excluded from the subsequent analyses.
in the eyes of noncooperating defendants), but they do nothing to help
Once the notion of interdiction has been accepted by the vast majority of states that are concerned with nonproliferation, and once a system of liability has been established, a further gentle nudge will be needed to cross the final line and board a ship of a noncooperating nation without consent.
To empower noncooperating parties would be to defeat international fact-finding entirely.
administration would abandon due process by "assuming" that noncooperating financial institutions are cheating?
He reiterated that there are competent authorities tasked with holding noncooperating countries accountable and that the media is not among those authorities.
Built in the nineteenth century by noncooperating private companies, lines coming from the East still have no or insufficient connections with those coming from the West.
If quiet diplomacy fails, FATF can--and has in 23 cases--"named and shamed" noncooperating jurisdictions to focus international attention on them.
c) An established monopoly (or colluding incumbents) prevents entry in more situations than an established, noncooperating oligopoly.