Samoa misses E.U. money laundering target
Samoa’s International Finance Authority (S.I.F.A.) is keeping mum about why the country remains on the European Union's (E.U.) anti-money laundering blacklist, despite projecting it would be removed this month.
The blacklist is now composed of nine countries who are suspected of facilitating international tax evasion by means such as profit shifting and even possible involvement in moving money into offshore shell corporations.
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