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LETTER DATED 2004/04/14 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1373 (2001) CONCERNING COUNTER-TERRRORISM ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The BSA defines financial institutions broadly to include such businesses as depository institutions; securities brokers; futures brokers; mutual funds; insurance companies; investment companies; travel agents; dealers in precious stones, metals and jewels; and vehicle sellers. (...) (“Requirement that Currency Dealers and Exchangers Report Suspicious Transactions,” http://www.fincen.gov/sar_currency_exch021003.pdf ). (...) (See, “Requirement that Brokers or Dealers in Securities Report Suspicious Transactions,” http://www.fincen.gov/brokerdealersarjuly2002.pdf ).
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Score: 1452691 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2004/296&Lang=E
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The city presents as a kind of trilogy: a historical centre with relatively low density; extensive monofunctional areas with modern casinos and shopping centres; and an older, highly-densified multifunctional city. (...) A plethora of jewellers, casinos, designer clothes shops and beauty products are now commonplace – meeting the demands of visitors coming from the Chinese continent. The resident population avoids the historical centre, which is increasingly becoming the backdrop for one-day visits and the occasional photograph on the way to a local casino. Gentrification processes have shifted the relationship between culture and economics in the city, progressively driving out local inhabitants from the historic centre by tailoring the uses of urban spaces to market demands.
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Score: 1444572.2 - https://en.unesco.org/creativity/story/macao-china-0
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Schwartz, Suburban Xanadu: The Casino Resort on the Las Vegas Strip and Beyond (Routledge 2003) [Extracts] AB-21 John M. Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] AB-22 Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] AB-23 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" AB-24 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" AB-25 Examples of "Total Rewards," from the website of Harrah's Casino http://www.harrahs.com/e-totalrewards.overview.html AB-26 James Rutherford, "Lifetime Achievement Award: Phil Satre," Casino Journal (January 2003) AB-27 "Casino Player Awards Record 251 Honors to Harrah's," Gambling Magazine (5 July 2001) AB-28 Liz Benston, "Mandalay Bay, Conn. Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 August 2003 AB-29 David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) AB-30 William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 August 2003) AB-31 Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, May 2003) AB-32 "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com AB-33 Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 May 2003) AB-34 Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (October 2002) AB-35 American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), p2 AB-36 Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders AB-37 La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac AB-38 "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business , July 2003 AB-39 M.
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Score: 1434022.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.doc
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Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] AB-22 Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] AB-23 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" AB-24 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" WT/DS285/R Page G-2 Exhibit No. Title AB-25 Examples of "Total Rewards," from the website of Harrah's Casino http://www.harrahs.com/e-totalrewards.overview.html AB-26 James Rutherford, "Lifetime Achievement Award: Phil Satre," Casino Journal (January 2003) AB-27 "Casino Player Awards Record 251 Honors to Harrah's," Gambling Magazine (5 July 2001) AB-28 Liz Benston, "Mandalay Bay, Conn. Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 August 2003 AB-29 David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) AB-30 William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 August 2003) AB-31 Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, May 2003) AB-32 "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com AB-33 Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 May 2003) AB-34 Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (October 2002) AB-35 American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), p2 AB-36 Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders AB-37 La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac AB-38 "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business, July 2003 AB-39 M.
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Score: 1434022.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.pdf
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UNITED NATIONS. LAWS AND REGULATIONS. COMMUNICATED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE COVENTION FOR LIMITING THE MANUFACTURE AND REGULATING THE DISTRIBUTION OF NARCOTIC DRUGS OF 13 JULY 1931. MOZAMBIQUE
CHAPll:R VI JI· Penal Provisions Article 83. l'ihere no special provision is made in the Penal Code or in special legislation, the penalties for the offences hereunder specified shall be as follows: (a) Any person not legally authori.zed to deal in medicinal drugs, who imports or exports, has {n his possession, prepares, purchases, sells, offers fo~ sale, ~r attempts to purchase or make available in any way, even free of charge, any medicinal products or patent medicines, shall Le liable to a fine of not less than $500.00 or mo~e than ,'£5,000.00. (...) :' listed in Schedule E without a doctor's prescription or in amounts greater than those indicated in the prescription, except in emergency as provided in Article b5, and on persons who attempt toobtainor have obtained such products by use of a prescription which has already l~en filled or cancelled; (c) The penalties prescribed in paragraph (a) shall also be imposed on any · importers, wholesalers, manufacturers or dealers in drugs or fharmaceutir.al products who supply the narcotic drugs listed in Schedule U or the poisons listed in Schedule ·f. to persons not authorized to acquire them for thf' ·practice of their profession or lor scientific use, or who wittingly make inaccurate or incomplete en.tries in the registPrs required under the present Decree; if the last-named offence is due to negligence, t.he penalty shall be limited to a fine of not less than $500.00 or more than $5,000.00~ (dJ The penalties prescribed in paragraph (a) shall be imposed also on the proprietors or managers of places of public resort, such as clubs, cafes, casinos or other places of Jliblic: ami1sement who permit the consumption of or traffic in narcotic dru~s in their establishments.
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Score: 1432355.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=E/NL.1948/9&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 2003/06/09 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
It was published in the Official Gazette as soon as the depositary of the Convention gave notice of the entry into force of the Convention. 1.4 Protection of the economic and financial system In Spain the obligation to report suspicious transactions applies not only to financial institutions but also to the following entities, pursuant to Act 19/1993 on specific measures for the prevention of money-laundering (which expressly covers the activities of terrorist organizations, art. 1.1) and the regulation approved by Royal Decree 925/1995 on the obligation to report suspicious transactions: – Credit entities; – Authorized life insurance companies; – Securities brokerage firms and agencies; – Mutual investment institutions; 5 S/2003/628 – Management firms for mutual investment institutions and pension funds; – Portfolio management companies; – Credit card companies; – Natural or legal persons who exercise currency exchange activities, whether or not as their principal activity; – Casinos; – Real estate firms; – Traders in precious stones and metals; – Antique and art dealers.
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Score: 1432355.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2003/628&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 2002/09/09 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
By virtue of the law of 11 August 1998 which incorporates criminal organizations and the offence of money-laundering into the Penal Code, all professionals in the financial sector, such as credit institutions, capital asset managers, advisers on financial transactions, brokers, professional securities depositories, notaries, company auditors, chartered accountants, insurance companies and gambling casinos are under an obligation to denounce suspect operations. (...) In the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, pursuant to the law of 15 March 1983 on weapons and ammunition, anyone wishing to acquire, import, transport, own, carry, sell or transfer firearms must have a permit issued by the Ministry of Justice. 6 S/2002/1018 Weapons dealers legally established in Luxembourg may therefore sell or deliver firearms only to those private individuals who hold such permits. (...) Subparagraph 2 (e) What is the competence of the courts of Luxembourg to deal with criminal acts of each of the following kinds: – An act committed outside Luxembourg by a person who is a citizen of, or habitually resident in, Luxembourg (whether that person is currently present in Luxembourg or not); – An act committed outside Luxembourg by a foreign national who is currently in Luxembourg?
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Score: 1381779.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=S/2002/1018&Lang=E
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Subsequently, the two tyre dealers gave statements explaining that the tyres were sold to them by certain staff members of UNMIL. (...) The call records established that there was significant telephone traffic between six staff members and one of the tyre dealers, FK. They showed that AW called the tyre dealer FK 138 times during the period; FK, in turn, called AW 126 times. The Applicant called the tyre dealer FK seven times, and another staff member, TS, called him 15 times. 18.
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Score: 1379538.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-057.pdf
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Schwartz, Suburban Xanadu: The Casino Resort on the Las Vegas Strip and Beyond (Routledge 2003) [Extracts] Pièce n° 21 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda John M. Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] Pièce n° 22 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] Pièce n° 23 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" Pièce n° 24 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" Pièce n° 25 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Examples of "Total Rewards," from the website of Harrah's Casino http://www.harrahs.com/e-totalrewards.overview.html Pièce n° 26 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda James Rutherford, "Lifetime Achievement Award: Phil Satre," Casino Journal (janvier 2003) Pièce n° 27 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Casino Player Awards Record 251 Honors to Harrah's," Gambling Magazine (5 juillet 2001) Pièce n° 28 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Liz Benston, "Mandalay Bay, Conn. Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 août 2003 Pièce n° 29 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) Pièce n° 30 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 août 2003) Pièce n° 31 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, mai 2003) Pièce n° 32 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com Pièce n° 33 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 mai 2003) Pièce n° 34 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (octobre 2002) Pièce n° 35 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), page 2 Pièce n° 36 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders Pièce n° 37 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac Pièce n° 38 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business, juillet 2003 WT/DS285/R Page G-3 Numéro Titre Pièce n° 39 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda M.
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Score: 1377540.6 - https://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/dispu_f/285r_g_f.pdf
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Schwartz, Suburban Xanadu: The Casino Resort on the Las Vegas Strip and Beyond (Routledge 2003) [Extracts] Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda John M. Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Examples of "Total Rewards," from the website of Harrah's Casino http://www.harrahs.com/e-totalrewards.overview.html Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda James Rutherford, "Lifetime Achievement Award: Phil Satre," Casino Journal (janvier 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Casino Player Awards Record 251 Honors to Harrah's," Gambling Magazine (5 juillet 2001) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Liz Benston, "Mandalay Bay, Conn. Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 août 2003 Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 août 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, mai 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 mai 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (octobre 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), page 2 Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business , juillet 2003 Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda M.
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Score: 1377540.6 - https://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/dispu_f/285r_g_f.doc
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