Money Laundering in Afghanistan Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction

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Published: December 10th 2013

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Money Laundering in Afghanistan  by  Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction

Money Laundering in Afghanistan by Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
December 10th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 10 pages | ISBN: | 4.73 Mb

The international community, including the U.S. government, has long held serious concerns about the flow of cash out of the Kabul International Airport (KBL). According to the Congressional Research Service, an estimated $4.5 billion was taken outMoreThe international community, including the U.S. government, has long held serious concerns about the flow of cash out of the Kabul International Airport (KBL).

According to the Congressional Research Service, an estimated $4.5 billion was taken out Afghanistan in 2011.1 While large cash movements are typical in Afghanistan because it is a cash-based economy, these bulk cash flows raise the risk of money laundering and bulk cash smuggling—tools often used to finance terrorist, narcotics, and other illicit operations.Recognizing the seriousness of this problem, a civilian-military interagency working group based at the U.S.

Embassy in Afghanistan developed the “bulk cash flow action plan” in 2010 to better regulate cash flow at KBL.2 That same year, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) pledged to adopt and implement regulations or laws within one year to govern the bulk transfers of cash outside the country.



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