Cabraal on Sri Lanka & money laundering

In the speech 'Sri Lanka and its battle against money laundering and terrorist financing activities' given on 26 January Ajith Nivard Cabraal of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka said the International Monetary Fund has estimated that the aggregate amounts of funds laundered in the world could range between 2 to 5 per cent of the global GDP.

"Given the estimated global GDP of approximately USD 48 Trillion, this could range between USD 1 - 2.4 Trillion. Accordingly, by any estimate the size of the

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