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Development and Illicit Financial Integrity in Central and South Asia
11 April 2017,0930-1700 hrs
Date & Time: Tuesday, 11 April 2017, at 0930-1700 hrs
Venue: IPCS Conference Room
On 11 April, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), UK, and IPCS conducted a closed door one-day workshop on Illicit Flows in South Asia and Myanmar in the IPCS conference room.

The regional workshop in New Delhi focused on Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Myanmar; bringing together a select group of experts from the public and private sectors to examine, among others, the routes and actors involved in facilitating regional illicit flows (in commodities and finances), how this is impacted by criminality, corruption and weak governance, and how these illicit flows are transformed into legitimate funds through anti-money laundering techniques.

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