Increasing Number of Suspicious Transactions Ends in Slovenia
Ljubljana, 22 April - The Slovene office for the Prevention of Money Laundering examined 81 cases of suspected money laundering last year, a decrease of almost 15 percent compared to the year before, turning 18 cases over to the police. In addition, SIT 12.2 million (EUR 55,000) worth of suspected laundered money was temporarily confiscated, said Monday the Office's director Claudio Stroligo, who presented the 2001 annual report.
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