Buying or Selling a Car for Over 50,000 Shekels? Careful, You Could End Up in Jail

Israel is looking to tighten its money-laundering laws, but lawyers think the country is being too strict – to the detriment of trade.

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The Justice Ministry and Israel Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prohibition Authority (IMPA) are working to amend the current money-laundering law. They hope to introduce many changes, which they say...