Brussels pushes again for anti-money laundering blacklist

Pedro Gonçalves
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Brussels is undertaking a new attempt to create an EU blacklist of countries that are open to fraud and money laundering in October, before the end of the current European Commission's mandate, according to the Financial Times. Vera Jourova, EU's commissioner for justice, said a new methodology would be used to decide which territories are to be included in the new money laundering list. The former list was torpedoed in February by several EU member states after pressure from Saudi Arabia and the United States.  Governments led by the UK, Germany and France complained they had been bl...

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