UK aids Czech laundering fight

UK - Britain is advising the Czech Republic on drawing up anti-money-laundering legislation and improving its financial controls as part of a EU-funded programme to be launched in Prague today.

The programme forms part of efforts by the Czech government to improve its record in fighting organised crime and illegal financial flows, in the run-up to its accession to the EU.

The advisory programme is being headed in Prague by Tony White, a former head of the UK's National Criminal Intelligence

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