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Resource ID: #9388
Subject: Banks
Source: American Banker



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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