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Governments and lenders must do more to stop a decline in banks handling international money transfers, which are vital to some families in developing countries but have been hit by stricter compliance checks, a global finance watchdog said on Wednesday.
Regulators have long been concerned that tighter rules against financial crime such as money laundering and bribery are having the unintended consequence of clogging up the cross-border flow of money.
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