This Note discusses the history behind the global war on drug-related money laundering, and India's efforts at joining the movement. Part I will describe the nature of money laundering as well as various international and national attempts to combat it. Part II will explore arguments for and against India's use of anti-money laundering legislation as a method of controlling the growing heroin trade. The Note concludes that it is imperative that India implement a comprehensive anti- money laundering regime, which includes compliance programs and bilateral and multilateral agreements on mutual legal assistance in order to suppress its growing heroin trade.
Combatting India's Heroin Trade Through Anti-Money Laundering Legislation,
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