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Greeks launch Siemens tax probe

Prosecutors have already begun proceedings alleging bribery and money laundering by individuals associated with Siemens

Greece’s ministry of finance is to launch a tax probe into the operations of
Siemens as part of a wider corruption investigation into the German phone
company.

The ministry’s spokesman, Theodoros Roussopoulos said two tax audit
committees are being set up to look into the company’s tax declarations since
2003 to date, as well as those between 1997 and 2003.

An Athens prosecutor earlier this month also began proceedings alleging
bribery and money laundering by individuals associated with Siemens,
cellular-news.com reported.

Further reading:

Greek
Finance Ministry to Launch Special Siemens Tax Probe

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