The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is engaged in combating money laundering and financing of terrorism. During its most recent plenary meeting the FATF indentified those countries which show strategic deficiencies in combating money laundering and financing of terrorism. This has led to two public documents. Angola, North Korea, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Sao Tome & Principe are on the first list. They are countries (i) against which the FATF has previously taken action, (ii) which have not yet committed to drawing up an action plan with the FATF, or (iii) which have not yet taken measures to deal with identified deficiencies. The other document lists twenty countries with established deficiencies but which have drawn up an action plan with the FATF to address these deficiencies. These are Antigua and Barbuda, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Greece, Indonesia, Yemen, Kenya, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Ukraine, Paraguay, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Trinidad en Tobago en Turkey. The plenary meeting has also taken the decision in principle to add tax offences to the list of predicate offences for money laundering