US government releases 2003 AML strategy


Washington, DC -- The US Treasury and Department of Justice have released the 2003 national money laundering strategy, in the wake of serious criticism about previous strategy documents from the General Accounting Office (GAO).

The document, published in mid-November, is meant to outline the way national agencies co-ordinate their efforts to combat money laundering in the US. However, the late-September GAO report, which was titled Combating money laundering: Opportunities exist to improve the

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