Case Use in Norway for Money Laundering Purposes

According to the director of a electronics transaction consultancy, around 70 percent of the cash that is in circulation in Norway is used for criminal activities and to help launder money. Almost none of the cash in circulation is used to purchase goods in retail stores.

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Source:  Spandas Lui, “Mobile phones the only tech to rid dirty money: Expert,” ZDNet, October 17, 2012.