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  • Money -- Law and legislation -- Juvenile literature.
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    Money laundering / Lisa Idzikowski, book editor.
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    New York : Greenhaven Publishing, 2021.
  • Money laundering -- Juvenile literature.
  • Money -- Law and legislation -- Juvenile literature.
  • ISBN: 
    9781534507333 (library binding)
    1534507337 (library binding)
    At issue. Crime.
    128 pages 24 cm
    Introduction -- Money laundering explained / International Compliance Association -- How banks facilitate international money laundering schemes / Luke Harding -- Money laundering is common in Iran / Ken Maginnis -- Ethiopia has problems with money laundering because of illicit cash / Ashenafi Endale -- Terrorists finance their operations using shell companies / Shima Baradaran Baughman -- How Japan fights money laundering in cryptocurrency exchange / Takero Minami -- Criminals use large banks around the world to launder money / Jamie Redman -- Drug trafficking and money laundering / Bruce Zagaris and Scott Ehlers -- Money laundering in online gambling / David Sheldon -- Cryptocurrency scams pass as legitimate businesses / Nir Kshetri -- Money laundering may be easier in the digital world / Alexon Bell -- The European Union backs stronger anti-money laundering laws / European Commission -- Global action needed against money laundering / Nigel Gould-Davies -- Internal Revenue Service law helps stop money laundering / Internal Revenue Service -- Time to root out money laundering in global trade / Andrew Durkin -- Anti-money laundering policies unintentionally punish poor countries / Clay Lowery and Vijaya Ramachandran -- Global anti-money laundering efforts fail to stop crime / Ronald F. Pol -- Effective anti-money laundering procedures must be enforced and scrutinized / Sean Curley -- Organizations to contact -- Bibliography -- Index.
    "When one thinks of money laundering, the first thing that might come to mind is its connection to organized crime, with gangs and drug cartels hiding away large amounts of illegally obtained cash. However, many other groups and individuals also partake in money laundering, including white-collar criminals, terrorists, and even politicians. The viewpoints in this title examine what money laundering is and how it occurs, what domestic and international efforts are in place to fight it, and how technology both aids and complicates these efforts"--
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