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Illicit financial flows in Mozambique

Illicit financial flows (IFF) in Mozambique can be attributed to high levels of informal economic activity, corruption, illegal activities such as poaching and commercial practices such as trade mis-invoicing. Estimates say that fraudulent use of the financial system to disguise IFFs cost Mozambique US$ 26.4 million in 2016 alone. We provide an overview of the challenges faced by the country and the main regulatory and institutional framework.

5 April 2018
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Illicit financial flows in Mozambique

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Kukutschka, R.; (2018) Illicit financial flows in Mozambique. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer 2018:6)

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Roberto Martinez B. Kukutschka


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