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UBS ordered by court to pay French state 800 million euros in damages

Reuters Wednesday, 20 February 2019 ()
A French court on Wednesday ordered UBS to pay the French state 800 million euros ($907 million) in damages, after finding UBS guilty of laundering the proceeds of tax fraud.
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