However, it cautions the authorities in Islamabad to be aware of the fact that its current chaotic situation is due to its one time blind trust
on the United States for aid, and therefore, would be well advised to avoid a repeat with China.
Even if there is no inappropriate communication, setting up a blind trust
can be complex and expensive, it may be less burdensome in some cases to simply disclose potential conflicts of interest as they arise.
By April, Sitton had promised to step down from his position as president and CEO and place his assets in a blind trust
, saying he was going "beyond what is required by the statutes" to "avoid even the appearance of a conflict.
have been used by ministers in the past so they are not aware of what shares they own.
Other REITs, known as blind trusts
, have no property yet but want to take advantage of pending bargains.
Pinera, who also owns one of the country's four television networks and the popular Colo-Colo football club, set up a blind trust
to manage about $500m of his fortune, and promised specifically to sell his LAN investment if he won the election.
In an interview with CNN's Larry King, the president said his money was in a blind trust
and that he last spoke with the trustees eight years ago.
You may be one of those who thinks that the Scotsman is a financial wizard whose mega-spending plan deserves blind trust
("Trust me because I know what is best for you") is a paternalistic concept that depends on authority, status and power.
Blind faith and blind trust
toward health care are luxuries we can no longer afford," writes Colleen Badell Ph.
The level of blind trust
, almost on the level of a faith itself, will never be enjoyed by the clergy of the U.