Carbon fraud trial focuses on Deutsche Bank role

BusinessGreen staff
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Germany's biggest bank accused of leaving the door open for tax evasion as Deutsche denies any wrong-doing

Deutsche Bank employees have become the focus of a trial in which six men stand accused of evading more than €200m in value-added tax (VAT) as part of a carbon market fraud. The trial, which began last...

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