Ten Cases of Suspected Money Laundering Detected Last Year
Ljubljana, 17 June - The situation in Slovenia in terms of money laundering does not give cause for concern and is not much different from the situation in the past, according to the 2003 report of the Office for Money Laundering Prevention. Slovenia is not a "money laundry" and financial institutions are not facing great risks of such activity, the office's director told the press on Thursday.
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