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  • Woman who spent $21M on luxury goods must explain to court where money came from

  • LONDON — A woman from Azerbaijan who spent 16 million pounds ($21 million) on jewelry, wine and other goods at luxury London department store Harrods over the course of a decade has become the first target of a new British rule allowing officials to seize money from people suspected of getting their wealth through corruption....
  • UK court lifts anonymity for woman in unexplained wealth case

  • A woman whose husband is a jailed state banker in Azerbaijan has lost a court fight to avoid being named as she seeks to explain how she paid for two properties worth £22 million ($29 million) in total, Britain's Press Association reported Wednesday.
  • The city where everyone hangs out in a hammam

  • In the days of the shahs, the khans and even the Russian Empire, hammams in Azerbaijan were about much more than just getting clean. Find out helpful tips for taking a public bath when you go on holiday here.
  • United Tech to pay $14 mln for illegal foreign payments - U.S. SEC

  • United Technologies Corp will pay $13.9 million to settle charges it made illegal payments or provided trips and gifts to officials from Azerbaijan, China, Kuwait, South Korea, Pakistan, Thailand and Indonesia in order to obtain business, the top U.S. securities regulator said on Wednesday.
  • United Tech to pay $14 million for illegal foreign payments: U.S. SEC

  • United Technologies Corp will pay $13.9 million to settle charges it made illegal payments or provided trips and gifts to officials from Azerbaijan, China, Kuwait, South Korea, Pakistan, Thailand and Indonesia in order to obtain business, the top U.S. securities regulator said on Wednesday.
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