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(From The Korea Herald)
South Korea and Britain signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Monday to exchange information in suspected money laundering cases and to provide training for anti-money laundering officials.
Commissioner Kim Kyu-bok of the Korean Financial Intelligence Unit (KFIU) and his British counterpart John Abott, head of the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS), signed the MOU in London, the KFIU said in a statement.
Under the MOU neither side is allowed to release information provided by the other to a third party without permission.
The KFIU hopes the MOU signed with London, an international financial center, …