Pakistan law to check money laundering soon

PAKISTAN - The government has started working on an anti-money laundering law to check the inflow of suspicious transactions in the country's banking system.

Asia Africa Intelligence Wire says the State Bank of Pakistan would play the key role in monitoring these transactions. A special monitoring cell will be set-up in the State Bank for the purpose.

"The law is being considered as the US has reportedly conveyed to Pakistan to take all necessary measures in identifying and than seizing all

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