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Written by SOT.COM.AL 6 Dhjetor 2021
President Biden's administration is seeking to expand requirements for greater transparency over cash-purchase agreements.
The move is seen as an attempt to curb the use of the American market by bad actors, with the aim of laundering money through illegal activities.
The Treasury Department issued the announcement Monday seeking public comment about a possible regulation that would address what it says is a weak spot in the real estate market.
Currently, in only 12 metropolitan areas, property insurance companies are required to provide data to identify those persons who make cash purchases of real estate, through companies registered in tax havens, if the transaction is higher than $ 300,000.
"Increasing transparency in the real estate sector will curb the possibility of corrupt and criminal officials laundering money laundered through the US real estate market," said Himamauli Das, director of the Office for Combating Violence. Financial Crimes in the Treasury Department.
Mr Das said the move would serve to "strengthen the country's national security and help protect the integrity of the financial system".
Metropolitan areas currently facing Boston reporting requirements; Chicago; Dallas-Fort Worth; Honolulu; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Miami; New York City; San Antonio; San Diego; San Francisco and Seattle.
The US real estate market has long been seen as a steady 'station' for corrupt government officials around the globe and other illegal actors seeking to launder proceeds of crime.
The use of shell companies by current or former world leaders, as well as their close associates, to buy real estate in the US and elsewhere, has recently come to the fore with the publication of the so-called "Pandora Papers". (Pandora Documents) by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
Sipas dokumenteve të siguruara nga konsorciumi, Mbreti Abdullah II i Jordanisë, ish-kryeministri i Britanisë së Madhe Tony Blair e figura të tjera të njohura kanë përdorur kompani guaska për të blerë pallate e prona ekskluzive në plazh, jahte dhe pasuri të tjera gjatë çerekshekullit të kaluar.
Edhe pse shmangiet tatimore mund të jenë të ligjshme, ato kanë nxitur propozime të ndryshme për të rritur transparencën tatimore dhe për të përforcuar luftën kundër evazionit fiskal.
Përpjekja për zbatimin e rregulloreve të reja në tregun e pasurive të paluajtshme vjen ndërsa administrata Biden publikoi sot "Strategjinë e luftës kundër korrupsionit”.
The strategy is being unveiled as President Joe Biden prepares to host the White House Summit on Democracy, which will bring together leaders and civil society experts from more than 100 countries. The meeting is held on Thursday and Friday.
The strategy offers broad steps to tackle corruption both at home and abroad. It urges the US government to improve regulatory gaps by stepping up diplomatic anti-corruption efforts as it works to strengthen the protection of civil society and the media, including investigative journalists who expose corruption./VOA