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French court ruling due in UBS $6 billion tax case

RTE.ie Wednesday, 20 February 2019 ()
French court ruling due in UBS $6 billion tax caseA French court will rule today on whether UBS, Switzerland's largest bank, helped wealthy French clients evade taxes between 2004 and 2012 and launder the proceeds.
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News video: Swiss Bank Gets Hit With $5B Penalty For Tax Evasion Scheme

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A French court found Swiss bank UBS guilty of tax fraud and illegal solicitation, fining it more than $5 billion.

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