Growing Threat of Trade Based Financial Crime, trade based money laundering (TBML) can be defined as the process in which financial criminals hide their black money behind trade. The legitimacy of the origin of the trade is obscured in trade transactions. This money can enter into the financial system as simply as transactions between “buyer and seller” or through banks through services such as documentary collection or letters of credit.…
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