E.U. Nations Reject European Commission Money Laundering Blacklist
In a rare rebuke, all 28 EU countries rejected the European Commission's list of countries deemed high-risk for their failure to take adequate measures to prevent the financing of terrorist groups and money laundering.
The E.U.’s member states have unanimously rejected a list of countries that have been deemed by the European Commission to pose a high risk of money laundering and terrorist financing.
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