By Andrea Tan and Sanat Vallikappen, Bloobmerg |
June 14, 2013
Singapore’s monetary authority censured banks for trying to rig benchmark interest rates and ordered them to set aside as much as S$12 billion ($9.6 billion) at zero interest pending steps to improve internal controls.
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