Woman to be charged with ‘smurfing’, first such case in M’sia


KUALA LUMPUR: A businesswoman is expected to be charged today over her alleged role in the structuring of a transaction – a technique known as “smurfing” – involving more than RM230,000 in the first such case to be tried in the country.

She will be brought to the Kuala Lumpur Court Complex in Jalan Duta here.

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