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The sun still shines in Europe’s money-laundering hub

Spain's economic woes have helped reduce cocaine consumption. Photo: julianrod

It isn’t surprising to see Spain once again listed among the group of nations singled out by the US State Department as major money laundering centres. This dubious distinction was pegged in the department’s annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report, which was released March 3 in Washington. Spain is one of 63 countries and jurisdictions that the United States says are of “primary concern.”

March 9th, 2011 | Posted in Featured, Iberoblog | Read More »

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