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Saudi Arabia Calls Inclusion On EU ‘Dirty Money’ List Regrettable

Eurasia Review Thursday, 14 February 2019 ()
Saudi Arabia has expressed its regret about the decision by the European Commission to place the Kingdom on a blacklist of 23 non-EU countries and territories accused of posing a high risk of money laundering and financing terrorism. In response, Saudi authorities highlighted the efforts being made by the Kingdom to combat such...
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