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White House tells chip industry to be ready for potential Russia export curbs

Reuters 20 Jan 2022
According to the email, SIA had sought clarity about the probability of a range of measures, including financial sanctions, broadening export restrictions to Russia to be like those for Iran and North Korea, and applying to Russia a 2020 rule that vastly expanded the ...
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Biden says Russia may "move in" to Ukraine, warns of sanctions

Kyodo 20 Jan 2022
President Joe Biden said Wednesday that Russia could make a military move into Ukraine as it amasses troops on their border, while warning of the severe financial, economic and other sanctions Moscow would face if it mounts a full-scale invasion ... Russia has denied it intends to ...
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Biden says Putin will pay 'dear price' if he invades Ukraine

Tyler Morning Telegraph 20 Jan 2022
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Wednesday he thinks Russia will invade Ukraine and warned President Vladimir Putin that his country would pay a "dear price" in lives lost and a possible cutoff from the global banking system if it does ... financial institutions, including "anything that involves dollar denominations."
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Biden predicts Russia will invade Ukraine, warns Putin

Herald and News 20 Jan 2022
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Wednesday he thinks Russia will invade Ukraine and warned President Vladimir Putin that his country would pay a “dear price” in lives lost and a possible cutoff from the global banking system if it does ... If Russia invades, Biden said, one action under consideration was limiting Russian transactions in U.S.
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Biden says Putin will pay ‘dear price’ if he invades Ukraine

Federal News Radio 20 Jan 2022
If Russia invades, Biden said that one action under consideration was limiting Russian transactions in U.S. financial institutions, including “anything that involves dollar denominations.” Biden was referring to potentially limiting Russia’s access to “dollar clearing” — the conversion of payments by banks on behalf of clients into U.S.
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Joe Biden predicts Russia will invade Ukraine, warns Vladimir Putin

Live Mint 20 Jan 2022
President Joe Biden said Wednesday he thinks Russia will invade Ukraine and warned President Vladimir Putin that his country would pay a “dear price" in lives lost and a possible cutoff from the global banking system if it does ... If Russia invades, Biden said, one action under consideration was limiting Russian transactions in U.S.
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Biden says Putin will pay ‘dear price’ if invades Ukraine

Daily Bulletin 20 Jan 2022
financial institutions, including “anything that involves dollar denominations.” Biden was referring to potentially limiting Russia’s access to “dollar clearing” — the conversion of payments by banks on behalf of clients into U.S ... “This is not all just a cake walk for Russia,” Biden said.
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Other voices: The Kremlin’s menace grows. How will the West respond?

Pioneer Press 20 Jan 2022
... Russia as an existential threat ... What form that resolve takes remains to be seen, though harsh sanctions such as cutting off Russia from the global financial system, along with fully arming the Ukrainian insurgency that would follow any invasion, should be part of the arsenal.
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Wabag betting big on desalination projects

Financial Express 20 Jan 2022
Wabag has forayed into two new geographies this financial year, securing a high technology industrial order in Russia and a large scale desalination project in UAE ... asset-light model where in it ties up with multilateral funding agencies, for the financial closure of the projects.
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WABAG’s future growth to be fueled by implementation of UNSDGs and ESG

The Times of India 20 Jan 2022
Rajneesh Chopra, Global Head Business Development said, “Renowned Financial Institutions ... Recently, WABAG has successfully forayed into two new geographies this financial year, securing a high technology Industrial Order in Russia and a large scale Desalination project in UAE.
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A fraud case against Trump? Not a slam dunk, experts say

Caledonian Record 20 Jan 2022
The office's civil investigation into Trump found that he and his company regularly fudged the value of assets on financial statements given to banks, insurers and tax authorities ... One important question is whether any misrepresentations in the company's financial statements "were intentional, knowing and intended to deceive,” said David S.
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Biden signals a change in approach as he heads toward second year of his presidency

Henry Herald 20 Jan 2022
"I'm going to go out and talk to the public ... Predicting Russia will invade Ukraine ... The President also said allies and partners "are ready to impose severe cost and significant harm on Russia and the Russian economy.". That includes limiting Russian transactions in US financial institutions -- "anything that involves dollar denominations," Biden said.
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Explainer-How financial Western sanctions might target Russia

Metro USA 19 Jan 2022
Here are some way financial sanctions may target Russia. ... SWIFT, used by more than 11,000 financial institutions in over 200 countries, is a Belgium-based ... The United States and the European Union already have sanctions on Russia’s energy, financial and defence sectors.
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Explainer: How financial Western sanctions might target Russia

Reuters 19 Jan 2022
Here are some way financial sanctions may target Russia. ... SWIFT, used by more than 11,000 financial institutions in over 200 countries, is a Belgium-based ... The United States and the European Union already have sanctions on Russia's energy, financial and defence sectors.
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Financial Market Committee Chair Aksakov Joins Calls for Identification of Russian Crypto Owners

Bitcoin 19 Jan 2022
Various aspects related to cryptocurrencies, including mining, trading and taxation, remain unregulated in Russia even after the law “On Digital Financial Assets” went into force in January 2021 ... Do you expect Russia to introduce a legal requirement for identification of cryptocurrency users? Tell us in the comments section below.
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