Denmark Targets Pensions Operators In $2B Tax Fraud Case

By Christopher Crosby · September 12, 2019, 3:37 PM BST

Denmark's tax authority has heaped new pressure on three men accused of conspiring to defraud the country in a massive $2 billion tax reimbursement scheme, telling a London court that their pensions...

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