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Vol 50 No 2

Published 23rd January 2009


Khartoum's bankers

Lloyds TSB, recently bailed out by the British government, has had to pay fines of US$350 million for breaking United States' sanctions on Sudan, Libya and Iran, following an investigation by the New York County District Attorney and the US Department of Justice and a complex plea bargain deal on 9 January. Lloyds TSB has been doing clandestine business with Sudan for the past decade, according to the regulators.

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