Tax evasion CD contains Dutch names

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Nineteen Dutch individuals and two Dutch companies have been named on a tax evasion CD-ROM.

29 July 2008

THE NETHERLANDS - Dutch tax officials have received information from the German treasury concerning secret accounts in Liechtenstein.

Nineteen Dutch individuals and two Dutch companies were named on a CD-ROM. The FIOD-ECD, the Dutch Internal Revenue's investigative branch, is now determining whether criminal procedures should be begun.

At the beginning of 2008, a large-scale fraud case came to light when the German police bought a CD-ROM containing information about German citizens using bank accounts in Liechtenstein to avoid taxes. The CD-ROM contained the names of at least 700 German individuals.

[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]

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