International Cooperation to Combat Money Laundering
Money laundering is a process that turns "dirty money" into "clean money." The proceeds of crime - dirty money - are disguised to hide their illicit origins, and then the money is integrated into the legitimate economy. The process washes dirty money until it appears to be clean. Often, but not always, the cleaning of dirty money involves moving it across national borders and integrating it into another economy. Criminals disguise the illegal origins of their wealth, and terrorist...[Show more]
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