In Ghana, the lack of a regulatory body to manage the real estate industry has stifled the formal establishment of the sector over the past decade.
It has also bred a sector ripe for money laundering activities, one that is increasingly being identified as a means by which anti-government groups could channel funds in a region prone to military coups, say those in the industry.
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