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How the US is fighting money laundering

Money laundering is a key target in the battle to cut off funds to terrorist organizations. In October the US passed legislation to crack down on laundered funds by requiring financial institutions to use strict compliance and due diligence programmes. Danforth Newcomb, Rachel Barnes and Saamir Elshihabi of Shearman & Sterling, New York, explain the implications

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