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US authorities will monitor Britain’s Standard Chartered bank for another three years, following the large fines paid in 2012 for sanctions violations, the lender said Wednesday, AFP reported. Standard Chartered said in a statement that it has “agreed to extend the Deferred Prosecution Agreements entered into in December 2012 with the US Department of Justice and the New York County District Attorney’s Office.”

 

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