Just a Clerical Error?

The most interesting post I have read in 2016, thanks for this!


Plastic buckets from the Czech Republic imported into the United States with a declared price of $972 per bucket! Bulldozers exported to Colombia at $1.74 each, Toilet tissue from China imported at the price of over $4,000 per kilogram! Perhaps the price includes outstanding royalties , since the Chinese are credited with the invention of toilet paper.

Of course they could all be  just clerical errors.

According to Nikos Passas, Professor of criminology and criminal justice, at North Eastern University,trade has been the weakest link in the anti-money laundering infrastructure built up since the 1980s. He was testifying at a a congressional hearing on Feb. 3, on money laundering and terrorist financing.

The hearing was specifically interested to learn more about Trade-Based Money Laundering (TBML) which is perhaps the largest and most pervasive money laundering methodology, according to the witness John Cassara, a former U.S. intelligence officer and Treasury special…

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