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G-20 Revolt? France Gets “Positive Reception” To Challenge US Bank Fines

from ZeroHedge:

In recent weeks France has defied US demands not to build Mistrals for Russia, has questioned dollar imperialism and the Petrodollar, and has blasted the US banking regulator’s fines as “accelerating the decline of the dollar.” So it is likely not a huge surprise that ahead of the G-20 meeting of world leaders later in the year, The FT reports, France has gathered support to challenge US regulators imposing heavy penalties on foreign banks. Berlin, London and Rome have backed Paris in its push to have its concerns about so-called US extraterritoriality discussed when leaders of the world’s top 20 economies meet hoping to bring “more proportionality” to bank fines. With allies like this…

As The FT reports, top regulators have been raising concerns about the impact of the long procession of fines on their efforts to strengthen banks’ finances.

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1 comment to G-20 Revolt? France Gets “Positive Reception” To Challenge US Bank Fines

  • john

    I don’t recall a fine,ever being imposed on any USSA bank,Americans are never guilty of anything and if you believe that,your head’s been stuck up your arse.

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