Chile's Secret Weapons Fund Under Attack After Gambling ScandalBy
At least $3.5 million was stolen from the fund to pay bets
Fund is financed by 10% of the sales of state copper company
Chile’s military manages an undisclosed fund for weapons -- few know how many billions of dollars it contains, or where it is invested or exactly what it is spent on. Now, a scandal involving bets at a local casino looks set to change all that.
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