RBA places eight more people on financial sanctions list


Eight members of Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad's regime and one person associated with Libya's Gaddafi regime were placed on the Reserve Bank of Australia's financial sanctions list on Wednesday.

Under the Reserve Bank of Australia's 1959 Banking Regulations, specific transactions involving the dealing of funds by the order of, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, any person or entity listed are prohibited. The central bank said the persons were added to the list at the request of the

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