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Top EU banker in corruption scandal

17.03.14 @ 09:24


The vice-president of the European Investment Bank, Magdalena Alvarez, is embroiled in a corruption scandal in Spain, reports AFP. Alvarez, former public works minister, is alleged to have a role in using a regional development fund to pay bogus severance payments to dozens of people. Over €140 million was stolen.

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