This week, the World Bank (WB) warned the Mozambican authorities of difficulties in accessing markets due to the country's placement on the international "gray list" of risk of money laundering and terrorism financing.
"Getting off the list is necessary to promote access to international financial markets, continue to attract foreign investment, and participate in international trade," said Julian Casal, World Bank specialist for the financial sector, during the opening of a seminar for magistrates in Maputo . . .
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