Press Releases

China Refused “Market” Status in Lieu of Steel Industry Depression

Cinnaminson, NJ- In spite of small, yet noticeable developments in deregulation and economic liberalism, global trade superpowers (EU, United States, Australia) remain firm in refusing recognition of China as a “market economy.” Still a financial system of fixed exchange rates and governmental oversight of prices, China’s officials

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Defend Trade Secrets Agreement (DTSA) Signed with International Implications

Cinnaminson, NJ- Federal protection of private labor and intellectual property continues to grow in extension, allowing for more honest business competition and a freer flow of exchange. In conjunction with the recent Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a multinational free-trade zone among Pacific exporters, on 5/11/16 Obama signed the Defend

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Eleven-Count Sex Trafficking Indictment in Miami-Dade County, FL

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Anti-human trafficking efforts continue to build momentum nationwide through the ACTeam Initiative.  This case in Florida involved the corruption of Florida’s Summer Work Travel Program through the importation of Kazakhstani university students as prostitutes under false pretense of working as yoga instructors.  By resolution, the FormerFeds Freedom Foundation (FFFF), which

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Virginia Security Contractor Fined For Exporting Firearms Parts

Alexandria, VA — Pax Mondial LLC, doing business as Mondial Risk Management Company (MRMC), agreed to pay the United States $44,000 to settle civil fraud claims that it illegally exported firearms accessories from the United States to Afghanistan in 2012. At the time, MRMC was providing security

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Former Employee of U.S. Contractor in Afghanistan Sentenced on Bribery and Structuring Conspiracy

February 21, 2016-A former government contractor employee was sentenced to 46 months in prison today for his role in a bribery scheme involving a federal program in Afghanistan and conspiracy to structure financial transactions to avoid currency transaction reporting requirements. Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of

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USAID-OIG Reports of Corrupt Practices in Cross‐Border Aid to Syria

WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Inspector General (OIG) is conducting a complex investigation into cross-border aid programs providing humanitarian relief in Syria. These programs are run from both Turkey and Jordan by multiple nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) with funds from USAID

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AMM: Mint coin buyback delay deal blow to Recyclers

The country’s oldest and most respected metals market trade publication, American Metals Markets, is tracking the American industry response to the recent Mint announcement that it has extended the mutilated coins buyback program for an additional six months. Click Here:

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Coin World: Wealthy Max publicly unseals 13 metric tons of mutilated coins

Wealthy Max publicly unseals 13 metric tons of mutilated coins Coin World by Paul Gilkes Tries to clear name in federal civil forfeiture case A Chinese firm has begun a media campaign aimed to clear its name in a dispute involving the U.S. Mint and recycled U.S.

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Coin Week: Wealthy Max Ltd – FormerFeds Group Issues Mutilated Coin Redemption Program White Paper

Recommends U.S. Mint Require Tougher Compliance Program for Coin Redeemers By FormerFeds Group, LLC ……. The FormerFeds Group, LLC today announced the release of its White Paper on the U.S. Mint’sMutilated Coin Redemption Program including recommendations to improve coin redemption procedures. This program was suspended by the

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Wealthy Max Arranges Events in Hong Kong to Fight Civil Forfeiture Case

Challenges Members of Congress and Other Government Officials to See for Themselves if the Company is Guilty Feb. 9, 2016 – PRLog — Washington, DC – Wealthy Max Limited (Wealthy Max), a claimant in a federal civil forfeiture case involving supposedly counterfeit coins, today announced that it

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