A report released by a U.S. financial research firm today says that Cambodia lost an average of $133 million per year between 2002 and 2011 through crimes such as import and export tax evasion, illegal movements of money and smuggling. The report, released by Global Financial Integrity and entitled “Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries: 2002-2011,” estimates that the total amount of illicit outflows from developing countries in 2011 alone was about 10 times the amount of aid money disbursed globally in the same year. “The US$946.7 billion of illicit outflows lost in 2011 is a 13.7 percent
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