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Salisbury added that many of the vehicles were linked to Venezuelans under US indictments, such as Raul Gorrin, a regime-connected billionaire accused of being behind a graft network that used fraudulent currency deals with Venezuela's oil monopoly to steal $2.4 billion from the Venezuelan state.
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Kalimullah pointed out that the target groups are among the hardest hit during the movement control order (MCO) imposed since March 18, relating that many had resorted to pawning family heirlooms or precious possessions such as jewellery while the very worst off had committed petty crimes to put food on the table.
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In May, he announced offers from other major programs such as Michigan State, Georgia, Florida State and Maryland.
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China was “eating up a lot more of that investment opportunity than before”, which made hitting such a target “harder and harder”, he said.