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Title: غسل الاموال وأثره على ميزان المدفوعات في السودان في الفترة من 2000م-2017م
Authors: عبادة السماني الطيب محمد
Keywords: غسل الأموال
مكافحة غسل الاموال - السودان
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة أفريقـيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية الاقتصاد والعلوم السياسية- قسـم إقتصـاد
Abstract: The objective of the research was to identify the concept, methods and stages of money laundering, and to explain the economic, social and political effects of money laundering crime. The research hypotheses included a negative relationship between the crime of money laundering, imbalance of balance of payments and trade balance, and money laundering has a negative impact on the national economy in Sudan. Money has a negative impact on fiscal and monetary policy, and there is a negative impact between money laundering and exchange rate. The results of the research, which results in the money generated by the crime in a given country and which is being washed in other countries, deprive the transferring countries of the possibility of benefiting from these countries in moving the wheel of economic and social development in them and illegal funds which are being transferred in various forms across international borders for the purpose of The laundering negatively affects the exchange rates and makes them characterized by instability, which harms the reputation of the banking and financial system, and reduces or weakens the confidence of dealers, especially as crime syndicates seek to penetrate the banking systems and encourages the International Monetary Fund opening up financial markets, Control of exchange rates and customs This procedure opens additional channels for money laundering and increases its size. The study recommends the necessity of constantly updating the state apparatuses and security apparatuses in terms of the fatigue of the budgets of some countries, especially those described as developing countries, because these measures are at the expense of other priorities related to economic and social development and the need to activate international cooperation in combating money laundering, Especially after such a white crime has become a global nature (globalization of crime). International cooperation should be coordinated through the efforts, procedures and legislation that provide the various countries with the advantages of tracking crime and criminals.
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