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Australia's biggest bank slapped with class-action suit

Australia's biggest bank slapped with class-action suit

IMF Bentham Ltd said it would fund the lawsuit against Commonwealth Bank of Australia, accusing it of making false and misleading statements and failing to disclose breaches of anti-money laundering rules for years.

MEC slaps fines, cancels licences of retail outlets at malls for flouting norms

MEC slaps fines, cancels licences of retail outlets at malls for flouting norms

An inspection campaign carried out by the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) at a number of malls in Qatar has led to the imposition of fines for seven violations ...

Lionel Messi tax fraud sentence reduced to fine

Lionel Messi tax fraud sentence reduced to fine

A Spanish court said it had replaced Barcelona star Lionel Messi's prison sentences for tax fraud with fines. The Argentine, one of the world's best-paid players, and his father had been convicted of hiding image rights royalties.

Al Rayyan inspections uncover various violations

Al Rayyan inspections uncover various violations

Al Rayyan Municipality conducted several inspection campaigns in April and spotted a number of various violations. These include 78 in building and excavation fields, with a total of QR75,711 for the related fines.

MEC intensifies inspection campaigns, issues 112 fines

MEC intensifies inspection campaigns, issues 112 fines

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce intensified its inspection campaigns last month to ensure the compliance of suppliers (retail outlets) with Law Number (8 of 2008) on Consumer Protection.

Indian village bans women from using mobile phones

Indian village bans women from using mobile phones

An Indian village has banned women from using mobile phones in public in an attempt to restrict their contacts with men and plans hefty fines for violators, police said on Wednesday.

Uber reboots in Taiwan with scaled-back service

Uber reboots in Taiwan with scaled-back service

Uber relaunched in Taiwan with a limited version of its ride-hailing service on Thursday, as the scandal-hit firm struggles to get back on the road in the nation after regulatory wrangling with the government.

Public Prosecution office at HIA to collect fines

Public Prosecution office at HIA to collect fines

The Public Prosecution has opened an office at the Hamad International Airport (HIA) to process the transactions of departing passengers and enable them to pay fines they have incurred.