Lebanon considers changes to money laundering bill

The Lebanese Cabinet discussed a draft law to counter money-laundering on Wednesday but shelved the issue for a future meeting after some ministers proposed changes to the proposal.

Information minister Ghazi Aridi said to reporters after the weekly Cabinet meeting that a committee made up of several ministers will study the measure further. Aridi declined to give more details on the issue, or what the changes might be.

The central bank, the Banking Control Commission (BCC) and the Association

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