EU court upholds asset freeze on Central African diamond traders

July 20, 2017

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An EU court on Thursday upheld the bloc’s freeze on the funds of two companies charged with trafficking in conflict diamonds and supporting armed groups in the Central African Republic. In 2015, the European Union decided to block the European assets of Badica, a large diamond trading firm in the Central African Republic, and its Belgian unit Kardiam.

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