"The remote Pacific island of Nauru couldn't make it in the global economy. So the country has found its niche by learning a different kind of trade - money laundering." Hitt looks at how a history of colonialism and strip mining of the country's only export - phosphate - devastated Nauru's ecosystem and economy, leaving it no choice but to enter into the offshore banking business.
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