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Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond called on international financial services and insurance regulators on Friday to impose tighter sanctions on North Korea to help put a stop to dirty money used to fund weapons of mass destruction.
The U.S. Department of Commerce should improve the procedures that businesses must follow for securing a reprieve from the Trump administration’s sweeping tariffs on steel and aluminum to ensure that due process is followed, the heads of the Senate Finance Committee asserted on Thursday.
Nearly 100 Democratic lawmakers urged the Trump administration late Wednesday to use its influence in the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations to beat back pending Mexican legislation that they claim would hinder the effort to improve the trade deal’s labor provisions.
Prosecutors have urged the Second Circuit to reject a former Guinean mining minister’s bid to undo a money-laundering conviction, arguing that the U.S. Supreme Court’s McDonnell decision interpreting U.S. bribery law doesn’t apply to foreign statutes.
A decision issued last month by Europe's top court concluding that an arbitration clause in a Dutch-Slovak investment treaty is incompatible with European Union law may also apply to agreements between the bloc or its member states and third countries, according to a Thursday report.