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Tangled Tale of Mysterious Tape Tycoon

September 17, 1989|JAMES BATES | Times Staff Writer

AMARJIT SINGH ANAND'S TRAIL OF DEBT Dubai $26 million owed to Emirates National Bank Ltd. $7 million owed to Bank of Credit & Commerce (Emirates) Netherlands $7.1 million owed to Algemene Bank Nederland borrowed through bank's Dubai branch. $200,000 owed to Algemene Bank Nederland borrowed through Hong Kong branch Oman $1 million owed to Bank of Oman borrowed through Dubai branch Hong Kong $400,000 owed to Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corp. $200,000 owed to Middle East Finance Ltd. $150,000 owed to Bank National De Paris India About $3.1 million to Central Bank of India borrowed through London offices $600,000 owed to State Bank of India borrowed through Hong Kong office $250,000 owed to Bank of India borrowed through Hong Kong branch $1.1 million to Indian Overseas Bank through Hong Kong branch United States $40,000 owed to Bank of America borrowed through Hong Kong branch Pakistan $1 million owed to Habib Bank Ltd. borrowed through Singapore office Great Britain About $1.5 million owed to H. Lock & Co. Ltd. Note: Money owed to banks worldwide by Amarjit Singh Anand and his companies is as listed in court records and related documents. Anand disputes amounts listed for many debts. Lawyers and creditors contend the listings do not show millions of dollars in other money that came from investors, other financial institutions and grants from foreign governments.

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