The European Commission published on its website Press release with an updated list of countries with insufficiently tight controls on money laundering. According to the updated version of the document, on March 16, the list of jurisdictions with a high level of risk included Gibraltar, the Republic of the Congo, Mozambique, the United Arab Emirates, and Tanzania.
The European Commission believes that these countries do not sufficiently counteract money laundering, and also have shortcomings in the fight against the financing of terrorism. This list also includes Afghanistan, Barbados, Burkina Faso, Vanutatu, Yemen, Cayman Islands, Cambodia, North Korea, Haiti, Iran, Jordan, Mali, Morocco, Myanmar, Panama, Senegal, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Philippines, South Sudan and Jamaica.
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