Legal way to trap dirty money


  • Letters Premium
  • Sunday, 16 Feb 2003

THAILAND'S thriving sex trade reputedly rakes in an estimated 50 billion baht (RM5mil) annually and all the dirty money slips into the underground economy. 

But not for long, if the country's main economic think-tank has its way. 

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