NASSAU, the Bahamas -- The Organization of American States urged its 34 members last week to fight the laundering of drug money by abolishing anonymous bank accounts or those held in fictitious names.

As part of its annual assembly, the OAS issued model rules that recommend severe limits on banking secrecy.

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