Sanctions imposed on Russia create incentives for illicit trade schemes and trade-based money laundering (TBML) involving myriad of illicit methods according to an associate professor at the King’s Russia Institute in London.

Alexander Kupatadze, who specialises in organised crime and corruption issues in post-Soviet Eurasia, says Russia is now the most sanctioned economy in the world.

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