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LETTER DATED 2005/03/18 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1373 (2001) CONCERNING COUNTER-TERRORISM ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Status of the policy document on money-laundering that was circulated at the end of 2001. What matters does it deal with and how best i t is enforced? A detailed explanation was given in the Supplementary Report of 20 October 2003. (...) The said institutions will be required to train their employees to recognise and deal with suspicious transactions. The Uganda Anti-Money Laundering Committee has established a sub-committee to oversee training and capacity building requirements. (...) The list is likely to include advocates, notaries, accountants and other independent legal professionals and accountants; casinos; real estates agents; dealers in precious metals and gems; trust and company service providers; registrars of companies and land; Non-Governmental Organisations; churches and charitable organizations among others.
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Score: 1048559.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2005/193&Lang=E
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FOLLOW-UP TO THE ST. PETERSBURG STATEMENT: REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERT GROUP MEETING ON BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP TRANSPARENCY, HELD IN VIENNA ON 3 AND 4 OCTOBER 2017
Measures requiring financial institutions and designated non-financial businesses and professions (DNFBPs)3 to undertake additional steps when dealing with domestic politically exposed persons were also included. (...) The __________________ 2 Directive (EU) 2015/849 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2015 on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purposes of money-laundering or terrorist financing. 3 Designated non-financial businesses and professions include casinos, real estate agencies, dealers in precious metals and stones, lawyers, notaries and other independent legal professionals, accountants and trust and company service providers. (...) As from May 2018, when legal entities established new accounts at banks, securities broker-dealers and commodities brokers, the financial institutions were to identify and verify the identity of those natural persons that directly or indirectly hold at least 25 per cent of their equities.
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Score: 1039576.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CAC/COSP/IRG/2018/7&Lang=E
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 3 NOVEMBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE :SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)
(g) By decision No. 104-2017 of the Ministry of Finance, the Directorate of Casinos and Gaming approved regulations on the prevention of money-laundering and the financing of terrorism in casinos, sports betting, lotteries and other gaming activities.
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Score: 1039243.75 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=S/AC.44/2020/7&Lang=E
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Major Foreign Investment Projects Major foreign investment projects Government-approved, underway or completed in The Bahamas during the past five (5) years are:  $3.4 billion – BAHA MAR Hotel, Casino and Golf Resort project – largest single phase development in the western hemisphere, New Providence  $140 million – Albany Resort expansion project - to include medical facilities, general medical and stem cell research and state-of-the-art financial centre, New Providence  $200 million – Resorts World Bimini Bay project, Bimini  $90 million – Club Med Hotel Resort, San Salvador  $30 million – The Cove, Eleuthera  $1.4 billion – Bakers Bay Golf and Ocean Club  Sunwing Memories Grand Bahama Beach and Casino Resort  $21 million – Norman’s Cay Resort – Exuma  $40 million – February Point Resort Estates – Exuma  $30 million – Leaf Cay Resort – Exuma  $31 million – Fortune Island Hotel and Community Resort – Crooked Island 3  $63 million – Stocking Island Resort – Exuma Major Infrastructure and Urban Planning Projects Major infrastructure and urban planning projects underway or completed in The Bahamas during the past five (5) years are: New Providence Transformation and Modernization Programme  $210 million – public private partnership arrangement of Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC): Cable and Wireless and Bahamas Government.
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Score: 1038587.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/integration/pdf/bahamas.pdf
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AND CHANGES THE TECHNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGM GUIDING INNOVATION The second half is the DEPLOYMENT PERIOD led by production and the State when innovation spreads across the board to reap the full economic and social benefits The first half is the INSTALLATION PERIOD led by finance and free markets when innovation concentrates to set up the new infrastructure, let markets pick the new winners and modernize the old economy A MAJOR BUBBLE COLLAPSE MARKS THE SWING OF THE PENDULUM Due to the nature of “creative destruction” DIFFUSION TAKES PLACE IN TWO DISTINCT PERIODS The shift from financial mania and collapse to Golden Ages occurs when enabled by regulation and policies to shape and widen markets THE HISTORICAL RECORD Bubble prosperities, recessions and golden ages INSTALLATION PERIOD DEPLOYMENT PERIODTURNINGPOINT Infrastructure bubbles of first globalisation (Argentina, Australia, USA) Belle Époque (Europe) “Progressive Era” (USA)1890–95 Railway mania The Victorian Boom1848–50 Canal mania The GreatBritish leap1793–97 Internet mania and financial casino Global Sustainable ”Golden Age”? 2000 & 2007/8 -???? (...) Need to experiment in ferocious “free market” COMPETITION NATURE OF INFRASTRUCTURES All or nothing Invest up-front Revenues come later Need credit creation through bubble boom and short-term CAPITAL GAINS Once the bubbles collapse, the job is done THE NEW PARADIGM IS INSTALLED AND CAN BE DEPLOYED But that requires a structural shift away from the casino economy The length of the process depends on the social and political forces The last time around it took over a decade and a major war THREE TASKS FOR GOVERNMENTS AT THE TURNING POINT, AFTER THE MAJOR CRASH: DONE… even overdone This time global finance needs both national redesign and a global regulatory “floor” STILL ON THE DRAWING BOARD RARELY BEING CONSIDERED AS SUCH But recovery will be very difficult without it Intensive therapy for finance1 Redesign of regulation and financial architecture2 Enable a STRUCTURAL SHIFT in the real economy 3 Age of Steam, Coal, Iron and Railways 1850s-1860s Urban, industry-based VICTORIAN LIVING in Britain DEPLOYMENT PERIOD LIFESTYLE Each style became “the good life” redefining people’s desires and guiding innovation trajectories Age of Steel and Heavy Engineering 1890s-1910s Urban, cosmopolitan lifestyle of THE BELLE EPOQUE in Europe Age of the Automobile, oil and Mass Production 1950s-1960s Suburban, energy-intensive AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE 2010s-20??
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Score: 1038587.8 - https://www.un.org/development...presentation_perez_12oct11.pdf
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In 1978, the Intergovernmental Committee for Promoting the Return of Cultural Property to its Countries of Origin or its Restitution in case of Illicit Appropriation ( ICPRCP ) was established. The Committee deals specifically with the return or restitution of lost or looted cultural property, particularly for cases that occurred before the 1970 Convention – which has no retroactive effect – came into force. (...) In 1999, UNESCO published the International Code of Ethics for Dealers in Cultural Property , which has become a reference for art and antiques dealers.
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Score: 1031362.7 - https://en.unesco.org/news/pioneering-convention
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Matsuura reiterated yet again his appeal to all states to adopt emergency legal and administrative measures to prevent the importation of any cultural, archaeological or bibliographical object that had recently left Iraq and called on museums, art dealers and private collectors to exclude such objects from any commercial transactions. (...) He also called for a database to be compiled as soon as possible, combining all of the archives, lists and inventories relating to Iraq’s heritage, to enable customs and police authorities, art dealers and all concerned parties to identify the status of a particular object.
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Score: 1031362.7 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...-recover-iraqs-looted-heritage
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The Appellate Body thus found that the Panel acted inconsistently with Article 11 of the DSU and Article 17.6 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement. Related dealer In relation to the European Union's challenge to the Panel's finding that Article 3.4 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement does not generally require an investigating authority to consider the inventories of a dealer related to a domestic producer, but not itself part of the domestic industry, the Appellate Body considered that, in certain circumstances, evidence concerning a related dealer may be pertinent, in a particular case, to the evaluation of the state of the domestic industry. To the Appellate Body, the degree of proximity in the relationship between different entities is not dispositive of whether evidence relating to the inventory of a related dealer is pertinent to the evaluation of “inventories” for purposes of the injury analysis. The Appellate Body upheld the Panel's finding that the European Union had not established that the DIMD acted inconsistently with Articles 3.1 and 3.4 by not considering the inventories data of the related dealer at issue in the investigation report. Essential facts In relation to Russia's appeal concerning the relationship between Articles 6.5 and 6.9 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, the Appellate Body found that the inquiry under Article 6.9 is separate and distinct from the assessment under Article 6.5.
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Score: 1025928.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds479_e.htm
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Jonas Savimbi, and the Liberian government still violate the trade and weapons bans with the help of a global network of arms dealers, diamond merchants and natural resources companies. (...) According to the report, UNITA continues to receive the bulk of its weapons from Eastern Europe, operating through a handful of trusted arms dealers using forged documents and aircraft supplied by Mr. (...) Since it is impossible to sell Liberian rough [diamonds] officially, dealers are seeking to camouflage their Liberian diamonds as those from neighbouring markets" -- including Sierra Leone.
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Score: 1025928.9 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ct-diamonds-evade-un-sanctions
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