New bill will test Bush anti-money laundering credentials


WASHINGTON -- New anti-money laundering proposals expected in the US congress as Operational Risk went to press will test the credentials of the administration of President George Bush in the international fight against financial crime, said supporters of the legislation.

Senator Carl Levin, long-time crusader against financial crime and now chairman of the Senate's permanent sub-committee on investigations, was due to introduce a bill that aimed to clamp down on many of the shortcomings that

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