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New York Times: Europe Needs Help Combating the Mafia’s Influence by Natasha Srdoc

28 Apr 2014

Organized crime is a huge problem in Europe. It is facilitated through money laundering among financial and corporate entities in countries such as Liechtenstein and Austria, and even in U.S. states like Delaware and Wyoming. It exists because of weak laws and lack of government oversight and judicial willpower

 

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