April 2004
Accountancy Ireland;Apr2004, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p57
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs about money laundering as of April 2004. Anti-money laundering requirements for Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland's members in Northern Ireland and Great Britain.


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