BND


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BND

The ISO 4217 currency code for Brunei Darussalam Dollar.

BND

ISO 4217 code for the Brunei dollar. In Malay, the dollar is called the Brunei ringgit. Established in 1967, it is pegged to the Singaporean dollar at a 1:1 ratio. This means that the Brunei dollar effectively floats, but is monitored against an undisclosed currency basket maintained by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
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Burwitz worked at the BND when it was led by Reinhard Gehlen, a former Nazi military intelligence commander who went on to run West Germany's spy agency until 1968.
In 2015, the state legislature established a BND Infrastructure Loan Fund Program that made $150 million available to local communities for a wide variety of infrastructure needs.
No comment was immediately available from the BND, Interpol or Europol.
Der Spiegel's latest report reveals that the BND also monitored nongovernmental organizations, includingAaAeAeA Care International, Oxfam and the Internation Committee of the Red Cross
Meanwhile, on June 1, a few weeks into the latest BND scandal, Merkel opened a"citizen dialogue" on"the good life." Sitting with 60 Germans chosen to represent different age and income groups, she said,"I want to know what is important to you, what your burdens are." Their responses covered everyday things, like pensions or the decline in grocery shops in rural areas.
The report also said the BND used its Bad Aibling listening post in Germanys southern Bavaria state to monitor telephone and email traffic in northern Pakistan to ensure the secrecy of the planned US Navy SEALS operation.
Recent news reports also indicate that the BND has been operating as one of the affiliates of the US secret service.
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The mandatory wage could be paid in dollars or its equivalent value in BND (Brunei Dinar) 520.
The total of the Sukuk issuance was BND 100 million.
Focus magazine said the BND intelligence agency had been spying on Turkey since 1976 and that German government under the then Social Democrat chancellor Helmut Schmidt had expressly approved the step.
Turkey summoned the German ambassador and called for a full explanation following a Spiegel magazine report that the BND foreign intelligence agency had been spying on Turkey for years and identified Ankara as a top surveillance target in an internal government document from 2009.