PBOC's Xiaochuan on anti-money laundering in China

In a speech on 'Anti-money laundering in China - the status quo and prospects' given on 27 August, Zhou Xiaochuan of the People's Bank of China said despite some achievements attained in China's anti-money laundering (AML) work, we are still facing very arduous tasks. He concluded by saying China will, under the leadership of the State Council, bring into full play the role of the Ministerial Joint Conference on AML, and proceed in a practical manner to open a new chapter for China's AML

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