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GERMANY: BUNDESBANK LIMITS CHINA COOPERATION ON DEATH PENALTY

January 25, 2013: Germany’s Bundesbank said it will exclude Chinese and Vietnamese central bank officials from anti- counterfeiting seminars over concerns about the countries’ use of the death penalty for serious cases of forgery.
“The Bundesbank wants to make sure it doesn’t give advice on the subject of counterfeiting to countries that impose the death penalty for money forgery,” a spokesman for the Frankfurt-based central bank said today, adding that this is currently the case “in at least two countries, China and Vietnam.”
The Bundesbank will stop inviting officials from the two countries’ central banks to its seminars on “cash management and combating counterfeit money,” it said. It will continue to cooperate on other subjects, from monetary policy to banking supervision.
The move comes after German weekly newspaper Die Zeit reported earlier today that the Bundesbank was supporting Chinese officials in combating forgery and that at least one person in the South Chinese province of Hunan has been sentenced to death for counterfeiting.
The Bundesbank said on Jan. 17 it had shelved an anti- counterfeiting venture with the Central Bank of Bangladesh over concerns the country planned to impose the death penalty for serious cases of forgery. Bangladesh’s central bank said the next day it would drop the plans.
The Bundesbank is currently examining if countries other than China and Vietnam are imposing the death penalty for forgery, the spokesman said. It has not yet made a decision on whether it will restart the anti-counterfeiting venture with Bangladesh. (Sources: businessweek.com, 25/01/2013)

INDIA: 43-YEAR-OLD SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR RAPING, MURDERING MINOR
NIGERIA: COURT SENTENCES VARSITY WORKER TO DEATH
YEMEN: SCORES ON HUNGER STRIKE IN PRISON AFTER '15-YEAR-OLD' BOY SENTENCED TO DEATH
SAUDI ARABIA: ‘BLOOD MONEY’ RESCUES DOOMED FILIPINO FROM EXECUTION
IRAN: FIVE MEN HANGED FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING
SAUDI ARABIA: 2 MURDERERS EXECUTED
EGYPT: GRAND MUFTI APPROVES DEATH PENALTY FOR 'INNOCENCE OF MUSLIMS' PRODUCERS
PAKISTAN: CHRISTIAN SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR BLASPHEMY ACQUITTED ON APPEAL
BANGLADESH: 2 SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR BLASTS IN SHARIATPUR
USA: NEW BILLS ON THE DEATH PENALTY
IRAN: TWO MEN HANGED FOR RAPE, MURDER
NORTH KOREA: MAN EXECUTED AFTER MURDERING HIS TWO CHILDREN FOR FOOD
INDIA: SUPREME COURT COMMUTES DEATH TO LIFE TO FATHER WHO RAPED DAUGHTER AND KILLED HER AND HIS WIFE
UAE: FAMILY PARDON SAVES KILLER
IRAN: MAN HANGED IN MIANEH PRISON
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INDIA: DALAI LAMA SAYS DELHI GANG RAPISTS SHOULD NOT BE EXECUTED, DEATH PENALTY NOT THE ANSWER
BELARUS: DEATH PENALTY ABOLITION DELAYED
SAUDI ARABIA: MAN PARDONED AFTER 18 YRS ON DEATH ROW
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ILLINOIS (USA): EX GOVERNOR GEORGE RYAN SET FOR HALFWAY HOUSE
BAHRAIN: APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS SENTENCES OVER POLICE MURDER
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INDONESIA: BRITISH WOMAN GETS DEATH SENTENCE FOR DRUG SMUGGLING
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