Alexander Sukharenko Russian Organized Crime and its Impact on Foreign Economies POLICY BRIEF, No. 114, February 20 2013.
Abstract: Russian organized crime represents a new level of professional crime, reflected in its high level of criminal sophistication and the well-developed network of corruption links. Its activities and influence are exerted on a considerable portion of the economy and have spilled over across national borders.
Keywords: Russian Organized Crime, Money Laundering, EU regulation, Russia
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