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WILL KURODA SURVIVE JAPAN’S SNAP ELECTION?

WILL KURODA SURVIVE JAPAN’S SNAP ELECTION?

Japan | Newsmakers
Just weeks after Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the Bank of Japan, surprised the world with a bold plan to inflate Japanese assets and weaken the Japanese yen by buying 80 trillion yen ($680 billion) in Japanese bonds, exchange-traded funds and real estate investment trusts, prime minister Shinzō Abe upstaged him by calling a snap election for mid-December, two years ahead of schedule.

ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING FIGHTER CHAIRS KEY VATICAN UNIT

ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING FIGHTER CHAIRS KEY VATICAN UNIT

Vatican | Newsmakers
René Brülhart, known as the “James Bond of the financial world” for his high-profile role in cases such as the return of assets from Saddam Hussein to post-war Iraq and the uncovering of the Siemens bribery scandal, has become chairman of the Vatican’s anti-money-laundering unit.

 

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ARGENTINA’S TAX DEPARTMENT STRIPS PROCTER & GAMBLE LICENSE

ARGENTINA’S TAX DEPARTMENT STRIPS PROCTER & GAMBLE LICENSE

Corporate Tax | Management
Approximately 500 American companies operate in Argentina—but on November 3 that number abruptly decreased by one as the country’s tax authority, the Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos (AFIP) revoked the company’s registration, accusing P&G of tax and accounting fraud.