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At the same time, Mr Karzai rejected what he called the misinterpretation of the law by Western journalists.
Karzai rejected what he called the misinterpretation of the law
The "misinterpretation" - that lead to a 15 cents, or 7.3 percent, drop to 1.85 euros of Unicredit shares in trading today in Milan - was the result of a report from Moscow-based Interfax to the effect that UniCredit was about to sign an agreement with Russia's central bank to get compensation for losses on interbank operations.
… but if misinformation leading to misinterpretation is being too regular, you know, like, “hey itâ€ ™ s alright, no problem, that happens all the time”, I think someone should do something about it.
Yes, it was sort of a deliberate misinterpretation, which is why I put the smiley emoticon on it.
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