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The journalist of 'Monitor' magazine, Ornela Liperi says that 500 million to 600 million dirty euros are circulating in Albania.
Discussing in the show "Opinion" about informal money in our country, the journalist explains that immigrants also have an important role in this point.
Liperi: Immigrants bring small amounts of money that are 200 or 300 euros, so many people with little money. In Tirana most, 40% to 50% of the money coming in can be informal. That means around 500 million or 600 million euros a year.
Fevziu: 500 to 600 million euros a year is dirty money?
Lipper: Yes, it's dirty money.