This course offers a comprehensive understanding of economic crimes it covers definitions, the significance, the main pillars, and the assigned penalties pertaining to numerous economic crimes. It also addresses the various types of practiced crimes such as, smuggling, tax evasion, money laundering, as well as crimes that relate to consumer protection, and violation of standards and specifications of goods and services. Financial corruption is also discussed in this course, especially corruption that relates to deceptive trade advertisements.
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