BIZweek n°289 8 mai 2020
BIZweek n°289 8 mai 2020
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  • Parution : n°289 de 8 mai 2020

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VENDREDI 08 MAI 2020 BIZWEEK ÉDITION 289 The video-conference was attended by over 30 other Heads of States and governments and other leaders, including from member states in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean, and Europe. The summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) generally represents a forum of around 120 developing countries. The Prime Minister of India said humanity is facing its most serious crisis in many decades and that NAM can help promote global solidarity as it has often been the world’s moral voice. « To retain this role, NAM must remain inclusive, » Narendra Modi said. In his address, the Prime Minister said the world needs to promote human welfare, and not only focus on economic growth alone. « COVID-19 has shown us the limitations of the existing international system. In the post-COVID world, we need a new template of globalization, based on fairness, equality, and humanity, » he said. « We need international institutions that are more representative of today’s world. Such as the International Day of Yoga, to improve the physical and mental well-being of all humanity. Such as the International Solar Alliance, to help our planet heal from the disease of climate change, » the Prime Minister added. India played a major role in the establishment of NAM in 1961 but in recent years, the organisation of 120 developing countries has not been a key part of New Delhi’s multilateral diplomatic initiatives. India continues to have ACTA PUBLICA NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT SUMMIT Modi  : Need for new globalisation based on ‘fairness, equality, humanity’The coronavirus crisis has exposed the limitations of the existing international system and highlighted the need for a new template of globalisation based on fairness, equality, and humanity, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday 4th of May at the online Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit robust ties with key members of NAM from Asia, Africa and the Arab world but New Delhi’s decision not to join the organisation’s summits at the level of the prime minister after 2012 reflected the rebalancing of diplomatic equations. Azerbaijan, the current chair of NAM, organised the virtual summit on Monday to forge a united Mauritius figures in new EU list of third countries with strategic deficiencies The European Commission has published, on Thursday 7 May, an ambitious and multifaceted Action Plan, which sets out concrete measures that the Commission will take over the next 12 months to better enforce, supervise and coordinate the EU’s rules on combating money laundering and terrorist financing. The aim of this new, comprehensive approach is to shut down any remaining loopholes and remove any weak links in the EU’s rules. The Commission has also published today a more transparent, refined methodology to identify highrisk third countries that have strategic deficiencies in their anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing regimes that pose significant threats to the EU’s financial system. Finally, the Commission has also adopted a new list of third countries with strategic deficiencies in their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing frameworks. The Commission has revised, on 7th of May, its list, taking into account developments at international level since 2018. The new list is now better aligned with the lists published by the FATF. Countries which have been listed  : The Bahamas, Barbados, Botswana, Cambodia, Ghana, Jamaica, Mauritius, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Panama and Zimbabwe. Countries which have been delisted  : Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Guyana, Lao ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING People’s Democratic Republic, Sri Lanka and Tunisia. The Commission amended the list in the formof a Delegated Regulation. It will now be submitted to the European Parliament and Council for approval within one month (with a possible one-month extension). Given the Coronavirus crisis, the date of application of 7 May’s Regulation listing third countries – and therefore applying new protective measures – only applies as of 1 October 2020. This is to ensure that all stakeholders have time to prepare appropriately. The delisting of countries, however, is not affected by this and will enter into force 20 days after publication in the Official Journal. response to the Covid-19 pandemic. It said the summit was aimedat mobilising NAM member states to fight Covid-19 and to strengthen multilateralism. Air Mauritius dément toute discussion pour un partenariat avec une autre compagnie aérienne À la suite de la publication d’articles de presse faisant état d’un partenariat entre une importante compagnie aérienne africaine et Air Mauritius, les administrateurs ont émis un communiqué dans la soirée de jeudi pour informer les partenaires et le public en général que de telles discussions ne sont pas en cours actuellement. Les procédures liées à la mise sous administration volontaire avancent après la réunion des créanciers qui s’est tenue le lundi 4 mai 2020 et dont les retombées ont été positives. Conformément à leur mandat, les administrateurs travaillent avec les partenaires pour étudier toutes les options possibles pour assurer la pérennité de la compagnie nationale d’aviation et lui permettre de redécoller une fois la crise sanitaire terminée. 3

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