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launder

[′lȯn·dər]
(engineering)
An inclined channel or trough for the conveyance of a liquid, such as for water in mining and construction engineering or for molten metal.
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government ran a successful sting operation laundering money for the Medellin cartel of Colombian cocaine dealers, a competitive price for large quantities was reported to be about 5 percent of the gross amount laundered, with very speedy delivery guaranteed.
Money can be laundered in any country, including the United States.
Department of the Treasury has suggested that $600 billion represents a conservative estimate of the amount of money laundered each year, and some U.
Although it is difficult to measure the exact extent of money laundering, it is believed that around $500 billion in proceeds from serious crime is laundered every year.
government officials and the mainstream media to the $7 billion or more of Russian money laundered through the Bank of New York might make you think this is the first time that multimillions have been stolen from Russia--or elsewhere--and washed through the international offshore system.
Operation Casablanca started after Customs Service agents learned drug money was being laundered in banks along the Mexican border, mostly in Tijuana.
You have requested that we estimate the amount of funds laundered in the United States annually.