Police drop case against Vestas executives accused of lying

The turbine manufacturer's current chairman and former CEO will no longer face police charges, after they were accused of lying to the police in a case regarding former CFO Henrik Nørremark.

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There will be no criminal case against the former CEO of Vestas nor against the current Chairman Anders Runevad, reports Danish media Børsen Thursday.

Both parties were reported to the economic crimes unit of the Danish police in March last year for allegedly lying and withholding information from the police in a case regarding former CFO Henrik Nørremark.

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