Australia and US target money laundering
Customs and immigration authorities in Australia and the US have signed an agreement to work together to combat crimes associated with imports and exports.
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US Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Australia’s Customs and Border Protection Service will target trade-based money laundering, customs fraud, movement of counterfeit goods and other import-export crimes.
Money laundering can involve trade-related financial instruments as this helps give illicit funds a...
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