PAKISTAN CONTINUES TO SEND MIXED MESSAGES OVER COUNTER-TERROR FINANCING

PAKISTAN’S law enforcers and regulators are on the front line when it comes to fighting terrorist financing, money laundering and financial crime in general, both within the country and from across its borders, notably conflict-riven Afghanistan. But its government and state agencies often send mixed messages over their commitment to fight terror finance. The impact of terrorism since the 2001 attacks on the USA has cost the country more than USD123 billion, and 76,000 dead and wounded, until (2017) according to Pakistan finance ministry figures – in its ...


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