11 February 2002 PRAGUE, 8 February (Hospodarske noviny)–The Czech Parliament has adopted a new law that puts an end to the existence of bank accounts with anonymous holders. Czech banks currently have a total of CZK 120 million [$3,35 million] worth of deposits in this form, and the holders of those accounts will still be […]

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