Millions stashed offshore, as Serbian firms lurched toward ruin
A study by Global Financial Integrity, a research and advocacy group, estimates that $51 billion in “illicit financial flows” left Serbia from 2001 to 2010, the 16th highest total among 150 developing nations.
The British Virgin Islands, a Caribbean outpost known as a haven for dirty money, took in nearly $900 million in transfers from Serbia in 2012 alone, according to the National Bank of Serbia.
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