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Nigeria added to EU’s dirty money blacklist

By CNBC
14 February 2019   |   1:12 pm
The European Commission has added Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and four U.S territories to a blacklist of nations that pose a threat owing to insufficient controls on terrorism financing and money laundering. Winston Osuchukwu, Co-Founder Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to discuss Nigeria’s Anti-Laundering strategy.

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