Das Foto ist aus ca. 2003, wo heute das US Mafia Einkaufs Zentrum steht. ” Best of Amerika” Auto fährt heute also in 2010 in Durres! – wechselte auf ein neues Albanischen Kennzeichen erst in 2012. 2013, tauchten ebenso mit solchen Nummern Schilder US Profi Gangster an der Unfall Stelle des Sokol Olldashi auf.
TIRANA, SEP 11 (ATA) – Albanian deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Tritan Shehu received Tuesday the representative of the Anglo-Adriatic Investment Fund, Declan Ganley and the Irish parliamentarian Lyam Lawlor regarding the establishment of Economic Joint Council between Ireland and Albania, reported the Ministry’s press and information office.Lawlor said that the Irish government is interested in deepening the economic cooperation with Albania. Albanian and Irish Foreign Ministers will sign in November the Economic Cooperation Agreement between two countries.
„A lot of big Irish companies are interested to invest in various fields in Albania,“ said the representative of the Anglo-Adriatic Investment Fund. The Irish side showed its readiness to help Albania in the legislation field, in relation to the social policy.
Albanian minister Shehu talked about Albania’s goal in signing the association Agreement with European Union and stressed that the Irish specialists assistance, regarding respective modalities on the agreement, whose negotiations will start soon, would be very welcomed. a.sh/kled/mt
According to Monitor, the former investment fund Anglo-Adriatike, which the Albanian government selected in May 1996 to invest the privatization bonds in the state company privatization market, has filed a lawsuit against the Albanian……….
These privatization bonds have never been accepted for the privatization of some strategic company, but only for the acquisition of shares by former employees of the companies, as envisioned by the low. They were allowed, however, many years later, for the legalization of illegally built houses on grounds owned by the state or private actors.
Curiously, the Rama government decided through a law approved on February 16, 2017, to extend the validity of the privatization bond beyond their original expiration date at the end of 2016.
Their validity has been extended more than 5 times by different Albanian government from 1991 to 2017. But in all previous cases, this decision was taken a year before their expiration. Only this time everything was done in a hurry and without any advance notification.
It now seems that Ganley and his Anglo-Adriatik investment fund has enough of the government’s delays, and has filed a lawsuit against the Albanian government. Another large arbitrage case, filed by Francesco Becchetti, has cost the Albanian government already more than €4 million in legal fees.
The Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund SA was an investment fund set up to hold privatisation vouchers issued by the government of post-Communist Albania. It was unsuccessful in its attempts to reinvest them and collapsed.
The Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund SA (AAIF) was established by Irish entrepreneur Declan Ganley. AAIF was the first foreign-managed investment fund in Albania, provisionally licensed on 13 April 1996 and definitively licensed on 22 May 1996. AAIF collected privatisation vouchers that the government of post-communist Albania was giving to Albanians, and it used the nominal value of those vouchers for investment in areas such as fertilizer, breweries, cement and pharmaceuticals. The Albanians who deposited their vouchers with AAIF received shares in the fund in return.
But AAIF had collected too many vouchers: it had 12% of all the vouchers and privatisation leks combined, more than the 10% maximum prescribed by law.[nb 1] Following a lengthy period of negotiation and accusation between AAIF and the Albanian government, AAIF was left unable to continue with the privatisation. Even worse, the market value of the vouchers had dropped during the collapse of the Albanian economy from 25.6% of their nominal value in January 1996 to 1.7% in October 1998. AAIF was bankrupt.
|Declan James Ganley|
|Chairman and CEO of Rivada|
AAIF was officially funded by Ganley International, with a 10% stake taken by the US-based Rothschild Emerging Markets Fund. Der Spiegel stated that AAIF’s UK office (128 Mount Street, London, W1Y 5HA) shared an address with the European branch of US investment fund Paladin Capital, and also stated that Paladin Capital’s advisory board was chaired by former CIA director James Woolsey. Ganley denies any involvement with the CIA.
Andere US Sprüche im September 1996 im Lügen Meer der angeblichen Finanzexperten, welche nur Betrüger waren in Albanien und bis heute:
TIRANA, SEP 10 (ATA) – President of Albanian – American Enterprise Fund Domenik Skaljone told „Voice of America“ that the investments in Albania today are as safe as those in West European countries.
Skaljone, who has a long carrier as Wall Street financier, has declared that the Fund established on February 1995, on president Bill Clinton’s decree, has invested around $ 5 million in Albania up to now. With offices in Tirana and New York, the fund had granted loans for ten investments in Albania until now. The opening up of a bank in Tirana is another project, the fund plans to undertake, adds the President of the Albanian American Fund.
Skaljone says that the two main fields where Albania offers the greatest investments‘ opportunities are: first agro business, and second tourism. ksh/gen/Z/
Der Albanian American Enterprise Fund, verkaufte wie hier mit einem Foto aus 2001 bewiesen ist, iillegal Gewerbe Grundstücke direkt an der Autobahn Durres- Tirana!
Das AAEF Geldwäsche System war Weltweit das Selbe.