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Cum-Ex: Dubai court rejects extradition of British suspect in Danish fraud case

By DW
18 September 2022   |   10:22 am
Briton Sanjay Shah is accused of running a scheme to make double tax reclaims in Denmark worth $1.7 billion. The so-called Cum-Ex scandal has been investigated for years in several European countries.

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