Explore the Data: Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries 2002-2011

A December 2013 Report from Global Financial Integrity


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About Illicit Financial Flows

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The term, illicit financial flows, pertains to the cross-border movement of money that is illegally earned, transferred, or utilized.


Illicit financial flows generally involve the transfer of money earned through illegal activities such as corruption, transactions involving contraband goods, criminal activities, and efforts to shelter wealth from a country's tax authorities.


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