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Context: Observing that the offence of money laundering cannot be treated lightly, the Supreme Court said that it was a more serious and heinous crime than murder as it afffected the entire economy whose growth could be put on hold or derailed because of it.
About Money Laundering
How Money Laundering works?
Money Laundering can take several forms, some of them are: Structuring also called as Smurfing; Bulk Cash Smuggling; Cash intensive Businesses; Trade based Laundering; Shell companies; Round tripping; Gambling; Black salaries; Tax amnesties; Transaction laundering
Use of cryptocurrencies in money laundering
Impacts of Money Laundering
Steps Taken by Government of India to Prevent Money Laundering
Prevention of Money-Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA)
PMLA (Amendment) Act, 2012
Financial Intelligence Unit-IND: It is an independent body reporting directly to the Economic Intelligence Council (EIC) headed by the Finance Minister.
Enforcement Directorate (ED)
Global efforts to combat Money Laundering
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