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Resource ID: #9388
Subject: Banks
Source: American Banker
Date: 1992-04-06



American Banker finds that U.S. banks or branches of foreign banks operating here who do work for U.S. intelligence agencies seem to be immune from criminal prosecution or regulatory fines; looks at the cases of BCCI and the Banca Nazionale del Lavoro, both of which had ties to the CIA, April - October 1992.

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