martes, 9 de abril de 2013

Vatican anti-money laundering law goes into effect

VATICAN CITY — The Vatican issued a new rule Friday requiring anyone bringing €10,000 ($14,000) or more into Vatican City to declare it, the latest initiative by the Holy See to come into compliance with international finance norms.

The rule was introduced the same day the Holy See’s broader anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regulations went into effect, including the creation of a new financial watchdog agency tasked with ensuring transparency in Vatican finances.
Associated Press

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