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March 19, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
SEC Examining Bank of Pakistan Bonds: SEC Chairman Richard C. Breeden said the agency is looking into whether the state Bank of Pakistan is complying with U.S. securities laws in connection with its offerings of government-backed bonds. The Bank of Pakistan is reportedly advertising its bonds to U.S. investors as a convenient way to launder money. Breeden said the SEC intends to take "a careful look at" the Bank of Pakistan's bonds. Under U.S. securities laws, bonds and equities sold to U.S.
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April 13, 1995 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Having won a sympathetic ear at the White House this week, Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto came to Los Angeles on Wednesday to reach out to the private sector for investment in her struggling Muslim nation. "We realize it's a new world and we're not looking for dependency, we're looking for partnership," Bhutto said in a meeting with Los Angeles Times editors and reporters. "We'd like trade, not aid."
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April 13, 1995 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Having won a sympathetic ear at the White House this week, Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto came to Los Angeles on Wednesday to reach out to the private sector for investment in her struggling Muslim nation. "We realize it's a new world and we're not looking for dependency, we're looking for partnership," Bhutto said in a meeting with Los Angeles Times editors and reporters. "We'd like trade, not aid."
BUSINESS
March 19, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
SEC Examining Bank of Pakistan Bonds: SEC Chairman Richard C. Breeden said the agency is looking into whether the state Bank of Pakistan is complying with U.S. securities laws in connection with its offerings of government-backed bonds. The Bank of Pakistan is reportedly advertising its bonds to U.S. investors as a convenient way to launder money. Breeden said the SEC intends to take "a careful look at" the Bank of Pakistan's bonds. Under U.S. securities laws, bonds and equities sold to U.S.
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January 3, 1990 | David Olmos / Times staff writer
While many U.S. high-tech companies are looking to Europe or the Pacific Rim as the hot spots for doing business overseas, CMS Enhancements President Jim Farooquee is casting a glance toward the Indian subcontinent. The Tustin computer company is completing plans to set up a manufacturing plant in Pakistan, Farooquee's native country. CMS officials say the company is negotiating a lease on a building and hopes to have a production line running early this year.
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January 3, 1990 | David Olmos / Times staff writer
While many U.S. high-tech companies are looking to Europe or the Pacific Rim as the hot spots for doing business overseas, CMS Enhancements President Jim Farooquee is casting a glance toward the Indian subcontinent. The Tustin computer company is completing plans to set up a manufacturing plant in Pakistan, Farooquee's native country. CMS officials say the company is negotiating a lease on a building and hopes to have a production line running early this year.
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