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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Another International Advice!

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a global body to combat money laundering and terror financing, asks the Bangladesh government to scrap the existing money whitening facility offered to the country's stock investors.

Here is the news link. 

1. Without commenting on the effectiveness of such advice, did we ever gauge what we got after listening these? Did we able to improve our economic condition? Or, are we able to improve our economic condition without listening them?
2. How many countries are there in the world that constantly receive these sort of international advice? Are we too much lucky that we receive so many advice? Or, International agencies consider us 'stupid'?  

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