Philippine central bank counters money laundering

The Philippine central bank said Tuesday it will create a special unit to look into possible money laundering transactions. The central bank said its policy-making monetary board authorised the special body to maintain a database of suspicious transactions reported by banks and financial institutions.

The central bank requires banks to report within five days any deal deemed laundering proceeds of illegal activities. The central bank said its move "is aimed at further strengthening the enforce

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