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Former tax agency chief sentenced to jail in Bosnia for laundering and bribery scheme worth $1 billion

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

A former government official in Bosnia and Herzegovina will serve nine years behind bars for his role in a bribery scheme that is estimated to have cost his country over $1BN.

Kemal Čaušević – once the head of Bosnia’s Indirect Taxation Authority (ITS BiH) – received the prison sentence following conviction in a state court last week.

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