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The JPMorgan penalty far exceeds previous spoofing-related fines levied against banks, and is the toughest sanction imposed in the Justice Department’s years-long crackdown on spoofing.
Leaders of the democratic alliance could then decide, on the basis of the tribunal’s rulings, whether economic and political sanctions should follow.
These are sanctions — in addition to American economic strictures against Iran — that were in place before the nuclear deal with Tehran, at which point they were lifted.
IS WAR NEXT FOR 2020?CHARU KASTURISEPTEMBER 21, 2020OZY
In 2018, telecom giant ZTE faced US policy restrictions for violating sanctions, amid fears that the company’s telecommunications infrastructure might pose security risks.
So what you see is that when you apply economic sanctions on a target, especially for a tough goal, a lot of times what’s happening is they fail and then you end up using military force.
In recent years we see the Central Authority willingly sanctioning special provision for individual cases.
Jefferson signed this act in 1807, thus sanctioning the compelling of the obedience of a State to the General Government.
This may be done without making men superficial—without sanctioning the dissipation of mere desultory reading.
Turnpike acts, sanctioning the construction of new roads, became numerous.
Secondly, the Jesuits had all they could do to defend themselves from the charge of idolatry for sanctioning the Chinese Rites.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL

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