Four years after it collapsed, the bankruptcy of
Italian dairy giant
Parmalat, has seen its founder
Calisto Tanzi and
former chief financial officer
Tonna charged in connection with the massive fraud at the company
Parma judge Domenico Truppa charged Tanzi and Tonna, along with 21 other
people with fraudulent bankruptcy and criminal association.
One of the key issues has been around which people connected to the company
helped hide the true state of its finances.
Parmalat was restructured after its £9.4bn collapse.
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