Banks say U.S. rule clampdown has damaged legitimate business

Financial Times – Before the 2008 financial crisis, Mexican banks had a big problem: too many dollars — a massive $14 billion in surplus US bank­notes that had to be returned to the US Federal Reserve. But the bigger problem was that Mexico, home to some of the world’s deadliest drug cartels, was earning more dollars through illicit means than legal ones.

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