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Berlusconi tax-fraud conviction upheld

Silvio Berlusconi lost his final appeal against a tax-fraud conviction, threatening to unsettle the country’s government.

1st August, 2013
Silvio Berlusconi.

Silvio Berlusconi lost his final appeal against a tax-fraud conviction, saddling the former Italian prime minister with his first definitive guilty verdict and threatening to unsettle the country’s government.

The conviction, tied to evasion in the purchase of U.S. film rights for his Mediaset SpA (MS) broadcaster, was upheld today in Rome by a five-judge panel of Italy’s top court.

The court sent the case back to the appeals court...

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