Money Laundering Impacts Socio-Economic Development, Says Bank Negara

Bank Negara expressed concern that criminal activities in the money services business could adversely impact socio-economic development, after Malaysia recorded an illicit outflow worth RM174 billion based on a Global Financial Integrity (GFI) report last year.

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