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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Americas' Ministers Recommend Action in Drug Summit in Mexico On April 17-20, 1990, the drug ministers of the Americas, meeting in Ixtapa, Mexico, reached agreement to implement and expedite additional lines of action to combat illicit narcotics trafficking. Luiza Thereza Baptista de Mattos 6 3 1990-04-01 Mexico Drugs & Trafficking
Antiboycott Violations by Foreign Bank Branch, Exporter Sanctioned The U.S. Department of Commerce, Dureau of Export Administration, recently sanctioned a domestic branch of a foreign bank and an exporter for violations of the Export Administration Act of 1985, as... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Export Enforcement
Book Review: United States Export Controls by John R. Liebman and William A. Root The totally revised second edition of United States Export Controls can greatly assist lawyers and exporters in keeping up with the latest policies in the law of export controls. Justus Ernestus 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Export Enforcement
House Bills Will Regulate International Wire Transfers and Money Changers On March 8, the House Banking Subcommittee on Financial Institutions, Committee on Banking, held a hearing and approved a bill on money laundering. Bruce Zagaris and Justus Ernestus 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Banking Supervision
Book Review: Federal Lobbying This book is useful for domestic as well as foreign interests.  Published shortly before the passage of the Byrd Amendment in 1989, the book contains numerous contributions from expert authors on... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Legislation
Canada Proposes Law to Require Currency Record-Keeping On March 21, 1990, Gilles Loiselle, the Minister of State for Finance through a spokesperson, explained a new Canadian Government proposal to require banks and other financial institutions, such as... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 Canada Banking Supervision
Switzerland Anti-Money Laundering Law Passes On March 20, 1990, the Swiss State Council approved its anti-money laundering bill. Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 Switzerland Money Laundering
INTERPOL General Assembly Passes and Begins Implementation of Currency Information Resolution At its 58th session in Lyons in December, 1989, the ICPO-Interpol adopted a Resolution, essentially identical to the draft Resolution adopted on April 21, 1989, that obligate Interpol members to... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 World INTERPOL
E.C. Directive on Money Laundering The IELR reported in the February 1990 issue that the E.C. Commission issued on February 14, 1990 a recommendation on money laundering. Clemens J.M. Kochinke 6 3 1990-03-01 Europe Money Laundering
U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Search in Verdugo and Narrows Applicability of Constitution to Aliens Abroad On February 28, 1990, the United States Supreme Court reversed the decision of Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and upheld the validity of a search and seizure in Mexico without a United States search... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
U.S. International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Shows Growing Consensus Internationally on Narcotics Strategy On March 1, 1990, the U.S. Department of State released its fourth annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR) which was prepared in accordance with the provisions of Section 481... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
CIAT Adopts Model Tax Information Exchange Agreement On February 22, the Executive Council of the Center for Inter-American Tax Administrators adopted a draft treaty model for the exchange of tax information.  Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 Central America Tax Enforcement
Ways & Means Oversight Subcommittee Continues Investigation of Noncompliance with Corporate Income Taxes On February 22, Rep. J.J. Pickle, D-Tex, Chairman of the Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee, stated that his Subcommittee will continue to investigate noncompliance with corporate income taxes as... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Taxation
U.S. Bill Will Increase Tax Enforcement Vis-a-Vis Foreigners On March 20, 1990, thirty-three Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives, including House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dan Rostenkowski (D-Ill), introduced a bill that expands reporting... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Taxation
Multi-Million Dollar Frauds Investigated Investigations mounted by the International Chamber of Commerce's (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) during 1989 involved frauds that could have resulted in losses to businesses of up to $121... Tim Whiteman 6 3 1990-03-01 World Fraud
Japanese Study Calls for Stronger International Measures against Organized Crime On August 5, 1989, a Japanese National Police Agency white paper on organized crime was released and calls for greatly expanded cooperation with international law enforcement to cope with rising... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 Japan Organized Crime
Helinski Watch Group Monitors Prison Conditions Abroad One of the fascinating developments in comparitive and international criminal law is the growing involvement of international nongovernmental organizations (INGO). Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 World Human Rights
7th Circuit Upholds Attorney General's Discretion in Regulating Prisoner Transfers On the December 19, 1989, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit upheld the discretion of the Attorney General not to issue substantive regulations governing international prison transfer... Bruce Zagaris 6 3 1990-03-01 United States Prisoner Rights