HSBC stood to be accused of violating the Bank Secrecy Act and the Trading With the Enemy Act.
What does TWTE stand for?
TWTE stands for Trading with the Enemy
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of TWTE
- Two-Way Traveltime (reflection seismology, GPR)
- Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier
- Time Warner Telecom Abuse Desk
- Topless Women Talk About Their Lives (movie)
- Taipei World Trade Center (Taiwan, ROC)
- Time Warner Telecom
- Thin-Wire Time Domain
- Those Were The Days (website)
- Treatment Works Treating Domestic Sewage
- Test Wait Test Exit (memory)
- The Wreck of The Edmund Fitzgerald (Gordon Lightfoot song)
- The Wrestling Talks Franchise
- Tidal Wave Task Force (Sri Lanka)
- Trademark Weekly Text File (US Patent and Trademark Office)
- Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
- Third Wave Technologies, Inc. (stock symbol; also seen as TWT)
- Time Warner Telecom Inc. (Littleton, CO)
- Taiwan Wind Turbine Industry Alliance
- The Winner Takes It All
- The Wonder That Is Daniel (nickname for Stargate character Daniel Jackson)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It will be announced today that redundant legislation such as the war-time Trading With The Enemy Act and rules around the safety of pencils and prams will also be abolished.
Bush upon his termination of the Trading with the Enemy Act with respect to North Korea.
The president also raised the ire of the Cuban government by choosing to renew Monday the Trading with the Enemy Act, which provided the original basis for the US embargo on Cuba.
The London-based rights organisation issued the appeal days before an annual deadline for the US president to renew its decades-long embargo against Cuba under the Trading with the Enemy Act.
The United States subsequently announced it was taking steps to cross North Korea off its list of state sponsors of terrorism and was lifting application of the Trading with the Enemy Act, both long-time demands by Pyongyang.
But Bush said the United States would erase trade sanctions on Pyongyang under the Trading With the Enemy Act (TWEA) that were imposed 58 years ago by President Truman when North Korea invaded South Korea.
The United States has said it will delist North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism and exempt it from the Trading with the Enemy Act as the process of denuclearization moves forward.