Two years after the EFTA Court handed down a judgment against Norway for failure to fully implement rules to fight money laundering and terrorist financing, the EFTA Surveillance Authority today had to refer Norway to Court for a second time. Following the EFTA Court's judgment in Case E-13/13, Norway was required to immediately take action to bring its legislation on anti-money laundering and terrorist financing in compliance with EEA law. More than two years later, Norway has still not proposed or adopted any such legislation. This failure to comply with the Court's judgment in a timely manner constitutes itself a breach of EEA law.


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