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Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 28 Mar - 23:28 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

Quand au blanchiment de l'argent de la mafia russe à Chypreobjet  du rapport du BNDE cité par der Spiegel, il faut plutôt aujourd'hui regarder vers l'Ile de Vanuatu notamment :




La mafia Russe dans le monde


www.bancpublic.be/article.php?id=5243 - Translate this page
En 10 ans la Mafia russe s' est étendue à travers le monde comme une traînée ... de Chypre aux Iles Caïman et des Vanuatu dans le Pacifique au Venezuela, ...


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MessagePosté le: Ven 29 Mar - 00:48 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

Une campagne mondiale est en cours :


http://etfdailynews.com/2013/03/28/is-your-bank-account-safe/


But Dijsselbloem is certainly not the only one among the global elite that is admitting what is coming next.  Just check out what Joerg Kraemer, the chief economist at Commerzbank, recently told Handelsblatt about what he believes should be done in Italy…
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“A tax rate of 15 percent on financial assets would probably be enough to push the Italian government debt to below the critical level of 100 percent of gross domestic product”


Yikes!
And as I wrote about the other day, the Finance Minister of New Zealand is proposing that bank account holders in his nation should be required to “take a haircut” if any banks in his nation fail.
They are telling us what they plan to do.
They are telling us that they plan to raid all of our bank accounts when the global financial system fails.


They are telling us that they plan to raid all of our bank accounts when the global financial system fails.
And calling it a “haircut” does not change the fact of what it really is.  The truth is that when they confiscate money from our bank accounts it is outright theft.  Just check out what the Daily Mail had to say about the situation in Cyprus…
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People who rob old ladies in the street, or hold up security vans, are branded as thieves. Yet when Germany presides over a heist of billions of pounds from private savers’ Cyprus bank accounts, to ‘save the euro’ for the hundredth time, this is claimed as high statesmanship.
It is nothing of the sort. The deal to secure a €10 billion German bailout of the bankrupt Mediterranean island is one of the nastiest and most immoral political acts of modern times.
It has struck fear into the hearts of hundreds of millions of European citizens, because it establishes a dire precedent.


And when you cause paralysis in the banking system, a once thriving economy can freeze up almost overnight.  The following is an excerpt from a report from someone that is actually living over in Cyprus…
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As it stands now, nowhere in Cyprus accepts credit or debit cards anymore for fear of not being paid, it is CASH ONLYBusinesses have stopped functioning because they cannot pay employees OR pay for the stock they receive because the banks are closedIf the banks remain closed, the economy will be destroyed and STOP COMPLETELY. Looting, robberies and theft are already on the rise. If the banks open now, there will be a massive run on the bank, and the banks will FAIL loosing all of its deposits, also causing an economic crash. TONIGHT there are demonstrations at most street corners and especially at the parliament building (just 2 miles from me).
Many are thinking that the ECB and EU are allowing Cyprus to fail as a test ground for new financial standards.





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MessagePosté le: Ven 29 Mar - 08:14 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

"Réelle possibilité" de voir Chypre sortir de l'euro, estiment les banques
28/03 | 23:30 
 
Selon l'Institut de la finance internationale, Chypre "est en train de pâtir de tous les coûts liés à l'euro, sans avoir aucun des bénéfices". 


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MessagePosté le: Ven 29 Mar - 13:43 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

LUX : Bail in Blues
Les luxembourgeois ont les chocotes !!! 

Bail-In Blues: Luxembourg Warns of Investor Flight from Europe

In Luxembourg, leaders are warning that applying the Cypriot bailout model -- a levy on bank deposits -- to other crisis-plagued countries could lead to a flight of investors from Europe. But the EU is considering the option 
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MessagePosté le: Ven 29 Mar - 20:28 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

Ou l'on parle de la responsabilité des auditeurs de comptes : 


http://www.jpchevallier.com/article-ffondrement-banques-et-responsabilites-…


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MessagePosté le: Sam 30 Mar - 00:08 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

Where will money launderers turn after Cyprus?
by Stephen Beard
Marketplace for Wednesday, March 27, 2013

 
Cyprus is famous for “The Sandwich.” It’s not a gastronomic delicacy, but a device for hiding money. A Cypriot company stuffed with Russian cash is acquired by another corporation in Belize, and then covered by many other layers of ownership in places like Switzerland, Luxembourg and Andorra. At the end of the process, it is very difficult for investigators to find out who was behind the money or where it came from.
John Christensen of the Tax Justice Network, which campaigns against tax evasion, says there’s little doubt Cyprus has been heavily engaged in the “sandwich” business.
“My own investigations have told me that for many decades Cyprus has been principally a money laundering center. I have no doubt whatsoever about that,” says Christensen.
But Cyprus’ money laundering days must be numbered since many of its biggest depositors face a substantial tax under the terms of the bailout.
So where can those shady Russian investors turn to now that the “Cyprus Sandwich” is off the menu?
“Switzerland would be probably number one on my list if I were in that criminal community,” says economist and lawyer James S. Henry. He has investigated the best places for tax evaders and money launderers to stash their cash.
“You can invest in gold and put it in Swiss vaults and no-one would be the wiser,” he says “That’s a traditional store of wealth for folks who just want a secure safe haven for their ill-gotten gains.”
In reality, there are dozens of countries more than happy to accept suspect cash from tiny Nauru in the South Pacific to the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean. And oiling the wheels of this vast money laundering machine is an army of lawyers and accountants -- based in some surprising places.
“The World Bank studied 200 cases of grand corruption,” says Amy Barry of the campaign group Global Witness. “And they discovered that over 70 percent of those cases had used shell companies to disguise the identity of the owners and the majority of them were registered in the United States.”
Montana, Wyoming and Nevada are reported to be centers for setting up these shell companies. The City of London is another major conduit for dirty cash. And -- here’s the ultimate irony -- Cyprus’ sternest critic, Germany, is also implicated.
“Frankfurt for a long time has been attracting illicit financial flows from across the world,” says John Christensen. “So Germany is not squeaky clean.”
Germany’s unspoken message to Cyprus seems to be: We don’t mind bailing out our own money launderers, but we’re not bailing out yours!


In 2011, the Tax Justice Network compiled the Financial Secrecy Index, ranking the 73 countries that, according to both their secrecy and the scale of their activities, would best provide safe haven for money launderers or tax evaders. Here are the top 20 countries:
 
ANKSecrecy JurisdictionFSI - ValueSecrecy ScoreGlobal Scale Weight1Switzerland1879.2780.0612Cayman Islands1646.7770.0463Luxembourg1621.2680.1314Hong Kong1370.7730.0425USA1160.1580.2086Singapore1118.0710.0317
Jersey750.1780.0048Japan693.6640.0189Germany669.8570.04610Bahrain660.3780.00311British Virgin Islands617.9810.00212Bermuda539.9850.00113United Kingdom516.5450.20014Panama471.5770.00115Belgium467.2590.01216Marshall Islands457.0900.00017Austria453.5660.00418United Arab Emirates (Dubai)439.6790.00119Bahamas431.1830.00020Cyprus406.5580.010
See the entire list from the Tax Justice Network here.
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Stephen Beard is the European bureau chief and provides daily coverage of Europe’s business and economic developments for the entire Marketplace portfolio.
 
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MessagePosté le: Sam 30 Mar - 01:09 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

From GLOBAL ECONOMY 6:29pmCyprus fears for ‘lost generation’‘Brain drain’ could further hurt bleak economic prospects

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Cyprus 'has a future in the euro'

President says crisis has been averted but blasts eurozone members for turning island into an 'experiment'






"The Cyprus problem was initiated by the German secret services," read a recent headline on Voice of Russia, a Kremlin-owned radio station. Alexander Nekrassov, a former Kremlin adviser, warned last week that in the case of big losses, "Moscow will be looking for ways to punish the EU", including freezing or taxing the assets of large German companies operating in Russia.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 31 Mar - 11:14 (2013)    Sujet du message: Chypre et le moment Russe mais aussi le moment Turc Répondre en citant

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-30/bank-of-cyprus-s-customers-may-los…

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From MARKETS 6:08pmEmerging markets dump euro reserves
©BloombergCentral banks in developing countries cut holdings 8% in 2012
©BloombergFrom WORLD 6:28pmCypriots scramble to get money off islandPolice step up security to catch cash smugglers


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