HKMA says no evidence of Bin Laden deposits in bks

HONG KONG - Hong Kong's quasi-central bank said Wednesday 19 September it has no evidence that Osama bin Laden, the prime suspect in last week's U.S. terrorist attacks, and his associates are keeping cash in the city's banks.

In a circular, Hong Kong Monetary Authority's Deputy Chief Executive David Carse also called on institutions that find suspicious accounts or transactions to contact authorities.

He said if deposits were held in Hong Kong by bin Laden and his associates, they would likely

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