The Laundrymen: Inside the World's Third Largest Business
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The Laundrymen: Inside the World's Third Largest Business

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"Jeffrey Robinson has written what nearly amounts to a textbook on the transformation of ill-gotten gains into seemingly legal currency." USA Today

"An indictment of governments and banks that are unwilling to deal decisively with an industry that handles $200-$500 billion a year." Business Week

"Should be ready by anyone who wants to learn why the world is in such sorry sha...more
Published June 1st 1998 by Pocket Books
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great book about money Laundering,
I guess I should look at the 1998 version of this book, but I'd really like an update; it's more than 10 years out of date.

The book is well written, and easy to read. It is a collection of short accounts of people and organizations that laundered money, how they did it and how they got caught. As a textbook for money laundering, it fails miserably; everyone they write about got caught though some lasted a good long time. And not all of the money was recovered.

I have never found accounting or tax...more
Adebayo Oyagbola
A world in which the banks are washing machines and false enterprise the detergent and what do you get? Squeeky clean money. The trouble is that the soiling agents are deadly and the effluence of laundry are truly noisome. This book explains the inner workings of the world of drugs and financial crime.
Terrific inside stories, but the book gets long. By chapter 7 or 8 I felt like I was just reading the same thing over and over with different names, countries, and shell companies inserted. It finally just got too repetitive and I couldn't make myself finish the last few chapters.
Hossein Davani
read and smile to world economy and bad governer
Hossein Davani
study about world money laundry
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