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"The law says any activities of foreign nonprofits that threaten national security or ethnic harmony will be punished. A draft of the law released last year drew an outpouring of opposition from foreign governments, rights groups, business associations and academics for being overly broad and treating foreign nonprofits as a security threat."
Ministry of Public Security is put in charge of registering the overseas groups, and police are authorized to search offices
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"No evidence linking current or former top executives to the cheating has emerged."
German auto maker is ready to offer car buybacks, payments for owners
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"Passage of the measure remains unfinished business for the General Assembly, and the bill will be reintroduced next year, said Sen. Robert A. “Bobby” Zirkin, D-Baltimore County and chair of the Judicial Proceedings Committee."
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"The rules require documentation of loans, describe transactions that would be considered equity investments, establish principles for assessing debt instruments and let the Internal Revenue Service bifurcate financial instruments into part-debt and part-equity. They generally apply only to debt among the legal entities inside a single company, not bank loans or other borrowing, but even that limited change will transform multinational tax planning."
Treasury’s new rules will force many firms to change their internal financing strategies
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Riders don't like Uber's surge pricing, but it's here to stay.
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"Many consumers assume the individuals and firms investing their money are operating under the same sort of ethical and legal standards as a family doctor — someone who is obliged to provide the very best advice.

But brokers are generally required only to recommend “suitable” investments, which means, for example, that they can push a more expensive mutual fund that pays a higher commission when an otherwise identical, cheaper fund would have been an equal or better alternative."
The Labor Department, after years of battling Wall Street and the insurance industry, will require financial advisers and brokers to act in their clients’ best interests.
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"“These are people who have put their lives on the line not just for their country, but for ours,” Representative Seth Moulton, a former Marine Corps officer, said Wednesday as he introduced an amendment to create additional visas. “The very least we can offer them is a chance to stay alive.” Mr. Moulton and other lawmakers who have served in the military intend to propose sensible changes as the bill moves forward."
Thousands of Afghan interpreters who have applied for resettlement in the United States could be left in the lurch if a defense bill is not amended.
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"President Obama’s actions, therefore, are hardly unprecedented. There are two major differences. First, he gave speeches advocating for explicit programs with names, rather than relying on subtler agency direction.

Second, immigration policy has been caught up in today’s hyper-partisanship, where a strident anti-immigration tide within the Republican Party overwhelms all bipartisan compromise. All 26 state officials who have challenged the administration’s executive actions in the Supreme Court case are Republicans, and last month the G.O.P.-led House of Representatives voted to file an amicus brief on behalf of the entire House."
The president has operated under longstanding provisions of law that give the executive branch discretion in enforcement.
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"The living wills had been submitted by the eight U.S. banks that had been deemed “systemically important financial institutions,” or SIFIs, that are seen as being so large that their distress could put the economy at risk.
The agencies “are committed to carrying out the statutory mandate that systemically important financial institutions demonstrate a clear path to an orderly failure under bankruptcy at no cost to taxpayers,” said FDIC Chairman Martin Gruenberg in a statement Wednesday. “Today’s action is a significant step toward achieving that goal.”"
Fed, FDIC rebuke bankruptcy plans of J.P. Morgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Bank of New York, State Street
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"U.S. companies request the visas for workers typically in the tech field, though they are also used to import employees who work in other sectors such as architecture and art."
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"Under federal regulations, banks with American branches in the United States are required to “know their customers” who open accounts in the United States. But those rules have been significantly weakened because banks have not been required to know the identities of customers who set up accounts in names of shell companies.

The government’s proposed customer due diligence rule, or C.D.D., is an attempt to close that loophole, a senior Treasury official said in an interview."
The proposed rule is meant to close a loophole in the American banking system that allows secret financial maneuvers like the ones revealed in the Panama Papers.
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"In this day and age, it's about equality. It's about equal rights. It's about equal pay. We're pushing for that. We believe now the time is right because we believe it's our responsibility for women's sports and specifically for women's soccer to do whatever it takes to push for equal pay and equal rights. And to be treated with respect." - Hope Solo
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