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A wealthy businessman has been convicted of masterminding a gang which hijacked the identities of more than 3,000 Polish nationals to claim £2 million in tax rebates.

Gibraltar is confident it will win any legal case brought by Spain in a dispute over fishing waters and border controls, the head of the British territory told Reuters, challenging the Madrid government to meet him in court.

Hollywood appears to have prevailed in a dispute with China’s state-owned film distributor that had held up hundreds of millions of dollars in box-office payments due U.S. studios.

The most recent spot checks by Greek authorities found that almost half of the companies examined were committing some kind of tax offence.

The UK’s tax authority has defended the results of publishing a most-wanted list of alleged fraudsters and tax evaders amid criticism from Labour.

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