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Danish police given six months to conclude industrial espionage investigation into Velux

The drawn-out investigation into a case of alleged industrial espionage has been given a deadline. If Danish police are unable to conclude their investigation, they will be forced to drop the case.

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A Danish district court has given the police six months to conclude investigations into an alleged case of industrial espionage concerning the Danish window manufacturer Velux, informs defense attorney Jan Aarup, who represents a former Velux executive charged with attempting to sell confidential and sensitive internal information to Velux's primary competitor, Polish company Fakro.

The Danish district court has confirmed this information.

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