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June 3, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Los Angeles Branch of Swiss Bank Fined: The local office of Habib Bank was one of three companies agreeing to pay civil penalties imposed by the U.S Commerce Department for alleged violations of regulations against boycotts of Israel. While neither admitting nor denying guilty, the Habib Bank branch agreed to pay $9,000. The two other companies are a Concord, Mass., medical supplies exporter and a Berkeley Heights, N.J., freight forwarder.
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June 3, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Los Angeles Branch of Swiss Bank Fined: The local office of Habib Bank was one of three companies agreeing to pay civil penalties imposed by the U.S Commerce Department for alleged violations of regulations against boycotts of Israel. While neither admitting nor denying guilty, the Habib Bank branch agreed to pay $9,000. The two other companies are a Concord, Mass., medical supplies exporter and a Berkeley Heights, N.J., freight forwarder.
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March 9, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
BCCI Pakistan Merges With Government-Owned Bank: Pakistan merged three branches of the Bank of Credit & Commerce International with a government-owned bank. The merger is based on terms set by the liquidators of BCCI, state-run Habib Bank and the Central Bank, the Finance Ministry said. "Under the merger plan, the assets and liabilities of the three Pakistan-based branches of BCCI will vest Habib Bank Limited, which will manage them through a subsidiary.
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March 9, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
BCCI Pakistan Merges With Government-Owned Bank: Pakistan merged three branches of the Bank of Credit & Commerce International with a government-owned bank. The merger is based on terms set by the liquidators of BCCI, state-run Habib Bank and the Central Bank, the Finance Ministry said. "Under the merger plan, the assets and liabilities of the three Pakistan-based branches of BCCI will vest Habib Bank Limited, which will manage them through a subsidiary.
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September 17, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Take a globe of the world and spin it. Wherever it stops is likely to be close to a place where Amarjit Singh Anand did business and borrowed money. The tiny, bearded businessman in a dark turban sold bicycles to Iran, arranged to buy a Finnish television factory whose roof collapsed in a blizzard and once owned a pharmacy in the Persian Gulf sheikdom of Dubai.
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