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Money laundering in Tijuana, Mexico (2000-2020)
Revista de Direito da Cidade
The article reviews how organized crime is structured in Tijuana, Mexico, and produced a geography of criminal power through the local real estate. Criminals seep illicit money into the real estate sector in its whole, and more specifically to residential and non-residential buildings, concealing the origin of the resource and, at the same time, increasing wealth and criminal means of production. Therefore, this manuscript analyzes some of the characteristics of the properties bought bydoi:10.12957/rdc.2022.64750 fatcat:kiqbxpercvc45a3gyoz5djvq3m