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Security & Strategic Review - August 2017 (ISSN 1741-4202)

Most criminal or terrorist enterprises need money. Increasingly, law enforcement is relying on following the money trail to try and combat illicit activity. A report published in August by the US-based Mexico Institute (part of the Wilson Centre in Washington) tracks some of the ways this is being done, and how money laundering is developing in Mexico and other Latin American countries.

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