TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 30 September 2009

VAT scam culprits could be put out of business

Fraud estimated to exceed €10 million, gone undetected for years

Karl Stagno-Navarra

Businessmen who have been convicted by the courts over the VAT scam, may be shortly put out of business, as a string of hefty garnishee orders are being issued against them by the VAT department. >>

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