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How trade-based money laundering works and its impact on world finances

Trade-based money laundering relies on legitimate global trade channels to move and hide huge amounts of money. Image: Unsplash.

Deya Innab

Chief Strategy and Product Officer, Eastern Networks (EastNets)

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