exchange control


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exchange control

n (Fin) → controllo dei cambi
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The two parliamentary bills are aimed at strengthening the existing laws on money laundering and foreign exchange control to make them more stringent to fight money laundering and regulate foreign exchange transactions to meet standards of the 37-member inter-governmental organisation.
The two Bills are important in the sense that these will strengthen the existing laws on money laundering and foreign exchange control to make them more stringent to fight money laundering, hundi, hawala and effectively regulate foreign exchange transactions to meet standards of the Paris-based global watchdog on financial crimes.
The two bills are aimed at strengthening the existing laws on money laundering and foreign exchange control to make them more stringent to fight money laundering, hundi and hawala and effectively regulate foreign exchange transactions to meet standards of the FATF.
"The exchange control and regulation laws, which capped commodity prices, were repealed in the 1990s through Parliament, giving way to soko huru (fee market), which we have today.
Furthermore, the world was divided into Scheduled and Non-scheduled Areas; and it was stipulated that transfer of foreign exchange to Scheduled areas did not require the approval of the Exchange Control Officer.
Incidentally, Lanka Orix Leasing Company, a Sri Lanka based financial institution, withdrew from the process citing its inability due to strict exchange control regime of Sri Lanka.
When we exchange control of the aircraft--especially in a training environment but, really, at any time--we can't do it without some formal verification by the pilots that only one of them is controlling the aircraft and they both know who that is.
But Lanka Orix excused itself from the process after expressing that strict exchange control rules in Sri Lanka made it difficult for it to participate in the process.
However, Lanka Orix Leasing Company, a Sri Lanka-based financial institution, withdrew from the process citing its inability due to strict exchange control regime of Sri Lanka.
Furthermore, as a consequence of the accelerated deterioration of conditions in Venezuela, including the persisting restrictive exchange control regulations, which prevent any payments out of the country, the company assessed its inability to control its Venezuelan operations and decided to deconsolidate such operations effective December 31, 2017.
"The first offshore exchange control and income tax amnesty appeared in 2003 and a second similar amnesty followed in 2010," Barrett said.

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