Denmark signs extradition treaty with UAE amid Dubai-based Brit tax fraud case 

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Denmark signs extradition treaty with UAE amid Dubai-based Brit tax fraud case 

Denmark's Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup has signed an extradition agreement with the United Arab Emirates which it said would help to progress criminal cases including one involving a UK citizen who is charged with a multi-million alleged defrauding of the Danish tax authorities using so-called ‘cum-ex' trading schemes. According to Reuters, a ministry spokeswoman confirmed that the individual in question is Sanjay Shah, a British citizen accused of defrauding Danish tax authorities of...

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