Saturday, June 16, 2012

European bank forced to pay huge fine to US pirates for servicing Cuba

Where's the European Commission when you need them? Where the World Trade Organization? 

The USA fined Dutch bank ING for servicing Cuban customers (as well as Iranian ones). Under the US pirate laws, they guarantee themselves the privilege to sanction anyone who services Cuba, causing ample disruption of the Cuban economy, which is always struggling for that reason. 

The US pirate authorities fined ING with $619 million. 

Mr. Barroso, when are you going to implement sanctions against the USA for breaching international trade freedom?

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