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All Party Parliamentary Police Formed to Tackle Illicit Trade

Read the full article online at Lawyer Monthly here.

Dr Steven Carden, anti-illicit trade and technology and innovation expert at PA Consulting Group, is quoted in Lawyer Monthly. 

The article notes how parliamentarians at Westminster are forming a new cross-party group to move issues around illicit trade up the political agenda and will be advised by PA Consulting Group. The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) - made up of Peers and MPs from across the political spectrum - will look at some of the key issues and drivers behind illicit trade across a range of sectors.

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Steve says: “Human behaviours, evolving technologies and regulatory environments are all part of the challenges as well as the solutions for combatting illicit trade. PA Consulting Group is very pleased to be supporting this new All Party-Parliamentary Group and we look forward to providing expert independent advice based on learnings from other countries and activities we have previously undertaken in this field.”   

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