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If blacklisted, Islamabad faces financial consequences and economic setbacks at a time when its economy is facing a balance of payment crisis.(REUTERS)

Backed by China, Pakistan expects to avert blacklisting over terrorism financing

Islamabad | By Reuters
UPDATED ON OCT 18, 2019 09:02 AM IST
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) last year placed Pakistan on a grey list of countries with inadequate controls over terrorism financing.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan(REUTERS)
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan(REUTERS)

FATF Asia-Pacific Group puts Pakistan in terror ‘Enhanced Expedited Follow Up List’: Officials

Press Trust of India, New Delhi | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON AUG 23, 2019 04:34 PM IST
In an earlier plenary meeting in June, FATF had warned Pakistan that it would be put in blacklist if the country that Pakistan had failed to meet targets for controlling terror financing.
The source further said it is likely that Saeed may be arrested this week as the Khan government appears keen to fulfill its obligations on terror financing under the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).(Reuters File Photo)
The source further said it is likely that Saeed may be arrested this week as the Khan government appears keen to fulfill its obligations on terror financing under the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).(Reuters File Photo)

Hafiz Saeed, his aides to be arrested ‘very soon’: Pak Police

Lahore | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JUL 04, 2019 04:08 PM IST
The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of Punjab Police on Wednesday registered 23 FIRs against 13 leaders of Jamat-ud-Dawah (JuD) including Saeed on the charges of terror financing in different cities of Punjab province.
India on Saturday said it expects Pakistan to take all necessary steps to effectively implement the FATF action plan fully by September.(Getty Images)
India on Saturday said it expects Pakistan to take all necessary steps to effectively implement the FATF action plan fully by September.(Getty Images)

Modi govt’s timely reminder to Imran Khan as terror blacklist looms for Pakistan

New Delhi | By Rezaul H Laskar
UPDATED ON JUN 22, 2019 11:01 PM IST
In June last year, the FATF placed Pakistan on the grey list of countries whose domestic laws are considered weak to tackle the challenges of money laundering and terrorism financing.
In June last year, the Paris-based FATF had placed Pakistan on the grey list of countries whose domestic laws are considered weak to tackle the challenges of money laundering and terrorism financing.
In June last year, the Paris-based FATF had placed Pakistan on the grey list of countries whose domestic laws are considered weak to tackle the challenges of money laundering and terrorism financing.

FATF could blacklist Pak due to ‘lobbying by India’: Qureshi

Hindustan Times, Islamabad | By Imtiaz Ahmad
UPDATED ON APR 02, 2019 11:58 PM IST
Qureshi said he estimated that the country could suffer $10 billion loss annually if it remains on the watchdog’s grey list.
Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the government has calculated that Pakistan will face USD 10 billion loss annually if it remains in the ‘grey list’.
Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the government has calculated that Pakistan will face USD 10 billion loss annually if it remains in the ‘grey list’.

Pakistan could be blacklisted by FATF due to ‘lobbying by India’, says Qureshi

Islamabad | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON APR 02, 2019 07:30 PM IST
In June last year, the Paris-based FATF had placed Pakistan on the ‘grey list’ of countries whose domestic laws are considered weak to tackle the challenges of money laundering and terrorism financing.
Pakistan has made only “limited progress” on curbing money laundering and terrorism financing, the FAFT said.(PTI)
Pakistan has made only “limited progress” on curbing money laundering and terrorism financing, the FAFT said.(PTI)

Pakistan slipped on timelines to curb terror financing: Global watchdog FATF

New Delhi | By Rezaul H Laskar
UPDATED ON FEB 22, 2019 11:41 PM IST
The FATF said it was continuing to work with Pakistan, which has been hoping to get off a “grey list” of nations with inadequate controls over such activities.
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