China’s belt and road initiative (BRI), the massive global infrastructure development strategy aimed at reshaping global trade routes, has improved transport corridors according to a report published by Global Financial Integrity (GFI) and London university’s Kings College.

But these improved supply routes are fuelling illicit financial flows (IFFs) and criminal exploitation because the BRI has not been designed and implemented with the aversion of crime in mind according to the report, Everything Everywhere All at Once.

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