CoE report says Slovenia's anti-money laundering efforts lagging
Strasbourg/Ljubljana, 3 August - The number of money-laundering investigations has risen in Slovenia, but it is still not commensurate with the number of investigations and convictions for crimes such as tax evasion, fraud and drug trafficking, shows a Council of Europe report on efforts to combat money laundering and terrorism.
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