Category Archives: money laundering

Mexico Missing from Presidential Race

I am a serious political junkie, and become absolutely consumed during every U.S. presidential campaign. I spend way too much time reading coverage of both the Democrat and Republican candidates, watching the debates, etc. In this cycle, I am disappointed … Continue reading

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How Should Mexico Fight Corruption?

One of the major areas targeted for reform in the Mexican government’s Pact for Mexico is “Transparency, Accountability, and the Fight Against Corruption” (section 4 of the Pact). The reforms in this area foresee the following: greater accountability of government … Continue reading

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Strawmen Will Be Considered Money Launderers

President Enrique Pena Nieto sent an initiative to the Congress of the Union in order to strengthen the actions against money laundering, and terrorism and its financing, which address recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering. The … Continue reading

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