#canada B.C. Attorney General David Eby\u00a0is set to speak to media Monday morning about the initial, partial release of Peter German's latest report into money laundering in the province. The government said German, a former RCMP deputy commissioner, has focused on potential links between criminal enterprises and the real estate, horse racing and luxury car industries in his latest report. He was asked to look at these sectors after he concluded his\u00a0review last June on money laundering in Lower Mainland casinos. Eby and German are\u00a0scheduled to speak in Victoria at 11 a.m. PT. Last year, German's first report said B.C. casinos\u00a0"unwittingly served as laundromats" for the proceeds of crime. As part of the review, German put forward 48 recommendations to fix the problem \u2014 which he says was apparent to officials as far back as 2011. The province has said work continues on addressing all remaining recommendations from\u00a0German's first report, including analyzing options to create dedicated policing resources for gambling and money laundering, creating a model for an independent regulator and clarifying the roles of the regulator and the B.C. Lottery Corporation. B.C. Attorney General David Eby and Peter German at the release of German's report, Dirty Money, in Vancouver on June 27, 2018. (Yvette Brend/CBC) The government has already implemented 11 recommendations and new policies and procedures have significantly reduced large cash transactions in B.C. casinos, it said. Last week, Eby told reporters in Victoria he hoped\u00a0to release\u00a0German's new report as soon as possible. "We have to go through and make sure that we're not inadvertently disclosing information that could compromise a law enforcement investigation, that we're not inadvertently defaming someone,'' the attorney general\u00a0said. "We're doing that as quickly and as responsibly as we can, because one of the reasons we commissioned this report was so that the public would know what's been happening in British Columbia.''