Mexico faces risks in fight against money laundering

Fight and flight


In August, the massacre of 72 immigrants in San Fernando, Tamaulipas in Mexico shocked the world. The brutality of the act underlined the authorities' inability to tackle criminal gangs and highlighted the scale of the challenge faced by the Mexican government as it battles organised crime.

Within the financial system, the fruits of crime are being squeezed hard. Mexico has tightened the net on laundering through financial institutions and is mulling tough new legislation for non-financial

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