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ICC launches anti-money laundering guide

Inexpensive but invaluable guide released for companies concerned about complying with global rules

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has released a practical guide
for companies on complying with global rules fighting money laundering, and
terrorist financing.

Although other books are available, the ICC says these are usually expensive,
specialist and country- or sector-specific titles. Its guide covers all
businesses and costs just 30 euros.

Click here to order the book:

http://www.iccbooks.com/Product/ProductInfo.aspx?id=298

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