Unfair trade

Bank Must Pay Consumer For Unfair Loan Collection Methods | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: A district consumer forum ordered the Kotak Mahindra Bank to pay a consumer 90,000 rupees for harassment, adopting unfair and unethical means to collect loan dues. The bank was also ordered to refrain from harassing the plaintiff to recover the balance amount and instead follow the procedural law. The …

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Reuters Global News Summary | Law and order

Here is a summary of the news in the world. UN rights chief urges ASEAN to continue dialogue with Myanmar The senior UN human rights official on Wednesday called on ASEAN countries to launch a political dialogue with the military junta and democratically elected leaders in Myanmar, with the support …

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Is Kenya becoming East Africa’s “weeping baby”?

Issa Khamisi from Tanzania unloads oranges from a truck at the Karatina market in Nyeri.[File,Standard] When it comes to trade relations with its neighbors, Kenya still seems to cry foul against unfair trade practices. The country systematically bans the import of products from the rest of the East African region, …

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Sebi inflicts more than 32 crore in penalties on IISL, AFSL and 3 people

New DelhiSebi inflicted penalties totaling more than ₹32 crore on IL&FS Securities Services Ltd (ISSL), Allied Financial Services Pvt Ltd (AFSPL) and three individuals for misconduct related to an alleged fraudulent transfer of mutual fund units from three companies. In addition, the watchdog has adopted various guidelines against them. The …

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South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb bans employees from trading bitcoin – Bitcoin exchanges news

One of South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, in terms of trading volume, Bithumb, announced that employees are prohibited from trading bitcoin on the exchange. The CEO of the company revealed the decision in a Bithumb newsletter focused on improving “transaction transparency.” Bithumb bans bitcoin trading for employees – will monitor …

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FTC accuses Broadcom of unfair competition

Chipmaker Broadcom has been accused of using exclusive deals with customers to create “insurmountable barriers” for competitors. The United States Federal Trade Commission said on Friday it had voted unanimously to accuse Broadcom of engaging in anti-competitive behavior in order to maintain its monopoly power in the market for semiconductor …

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Ambassadors: Biden should look at values, investment ties to strengthen relationship with South Korea

President Moon Jae-in, right, chats with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp just before visiting the SK Innovation battery factory at Commerce. Photo: Cheong Wa Dae (Korea’s Blue House) President Joe biden should benefit from growth we investment links with South Korea as a way to deepen the long-standing alliance across multiple …

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Anchorage RV rental company ordered to pay $ 110,000 for unfair trading practices

An Anchorage RV rental company has been ordered by a judge to pay $ 110,000 for unfair and deceptive trading practices, the Alaska Department of Justice said this week. Prosecutors filed a civil action against Alaska Motor Home Inc. in 2019. According to a complaint filed by prosecutors at the …

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Former Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman on politics, humor and “a commitment to solving problems rather than creating them”

Bipartism, empathy. And humor – lots of humor. These are some of the mainstays in the career of former US Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman, outlined in his autobiography, “Laughing at Myself: My Education in Congress, on the Farm, and at the Movies”. The book was published on June 1, …

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Koya calls for end to unfair trade – FBC News

Fiji is concerned about the inequalities exacerbated by the new World Trade Organization subsidies agreement. Trade Minister Faiyaz Koya called for the need to reduce inequalities on the global trade platform where Fiji and the Pacific are minor players. Koya added that Small Island Developing States (SIDS), including Fiji, are …

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