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Denmark Targets U.K. Entities Over $2 Billion Tax-Fraud Lawsuit

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Denmark is targeting a number of entities in the U.K. as part of its efforts to recover a total of 12.7 billion kroner ($2 billion) in one of the country’s biggest tax-fraud cases.

The money, which the Danish government says was wrongly paid out to cover fake dividend refund claims over several years, was first officially identified as missing in 2015.