Tax fraud stopped with the support of Eurojust

EPA/ROMAN PILIPEY

Activists push fake money into a pocket during a protest in front of the Ukrainian Parliament, Kiev, Ukraine, 13 April 2016. Activists demanded not to accept the bill number '4057' on special confiscation. A law can be perceived as a hasty step towards the introduction of more stringent and intrusive tools that do not provide a necessary protection of the right to a fair trial, property rights, as well as the improved stability of property relations. Ukrainian media reported that the bill was criticized by the EU Delegation believes that the draft law fails to provide sufficient safeguards to protect property rights, which would be in line with EU standards.

Tax fraud stopped with the support of Eurojust


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17 people were placed under restrictive measures in Italy and 1 was arrested in the UK in the operation run by national authorities and coordinated by Eurojust.
The organised crime group that was involved in large-scale tax fraud and other financial crimes was headed by UK nationals and composed of Italian nationals, and expanded its criminal activities to numerous EU countries. The fraudsters were involved in a carousel scam involving real and fake alcoholic drink companies in Italy and the 17 EU countries involved.

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