Pakistan Exits Anti-Terror "Grey List" Of Global Finance Watchdog After 4 Years | Read

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  • Published On: October 21, 2022
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Four years after it was put on the "grey list" of a global watchdog for financing terrorism and money laundering, Pakistan's name has finally been struck off it. The watchdog, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), said Pakistan has strengthened effectiveness of its anti-money laundering setup and worked on combating financing of terrorism, besides addressing technical deficiencies, reported news agency PTI.

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