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Vatican, Argentina ink accord to cooperate against money-laundering

Catholic World News - June 25, 2014

The Vatican's Financial Information Authority (AIF) has reached an agreement with Argentina to cooperate in efforts against money-laundering.

Rene Bruelhart, the president of the AIF, said that the agreement with Argentina would "further expand the network to support efforts to fight money laundering and the financing of terrorism." The AIF had previously reached similar accords with banking authorities in the US, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Germany, among other countries.

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