Danish players implicated in major energy market VAT fraud

Several countries are investigating a series of Danish business people for allegedly participating in VAT fraud worth EUR 72 million skimmed off electricity trades, reports Danish media Finans and Information in cooperation with international media partnership Grand Theft Europe.

Photo: Alexander F. Yuan, AP

A series of Danish business people are at the center of a larger international case involving alleged systematic VAT fraud connected to multiple European countries, the US and Dubai.

The case emanates from several other preceding international swindles, which authorities say involve fraud worth billions of euros.

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