Monthly Archives: July 2010

BVI company put on liquidation continues products sale

Cool-er device of the British Virgin Islands-registered company Interead, which has received a winding up order a month ago by the high court in Liverpool, UK, is still sold by companies Argos and Tesco. The businessman behind the company Neil … Continue reading

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BVI companies allegedly involved in Indian scam

According to Indian press, the person accused of the so called Satyam scam, B. Ramalinga Raju, had moved Rs 26 crore to around six companies in the British Virgin Islands. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) that has found this … Continue reading

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DRC’s deal with BVI companies said to be illegal

Two oil blocks in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), located on the border with Uganda , were sold to the companies registered in the British Virgin Islands and owned by relative of country’s president. The presidential decree, according to … Continue reading

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Tajik President’s relative denies links to BVI company

Jamoliddin Nuraliev, the Tajik government official and Son-In-Law of country’s president, has denied any ties to a British Virgin Islands-registered firm Innovative Road Solutions, which is operating the toll road on Dushanbe-Chanak highway, – one of the main roads in Tajikistan.  … Continue reading

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Congo government signs agreement with BVI company bypassing Canadian miner

Vancouver-based copper miner First Quantum Minerals Ltd. is planning to put the issue on one of the worst expropriations in the Canadian mining sector on the agenda to be discussed at the upcoming G20 summit. Its US$765mln Kolwezi Tailing project … Continue reading

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