Study warns of growing "green fraud" risk

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PwC report predicts burgeoning clean tech industries will be increasingly targeted by fraudsters

Wherever there is commercial opportunity, criminality soon follows. That is the somewhat dispiriting conclusion to be drawn from the annual fraud risk report from consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers...

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