U.S. Banks Resist Efforts To Prevent Corrupt Money Flows

03/22/2011 11:40 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • DEBORAH BALL AND CASSELL BRYAN-LOW Wall Street Journal

Even as governments freeze assets tied to regimes in Libya, Egypt and Tunisia, U.S. banks are resisting efforts to tighten international rules to prevent the flow of money from corrupt politicians.

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