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German fintech Wirecard stock jumps after corruption charge clearance

By DW
27 March 2019   |   9:04 am
The German fintech company had been accused of cooking its books to inflate profits. An independent investigation has found that the accusations were false, though individual employees in Asia may be charged with crimes.

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