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Wider DCC probe sought

Legal representatives for the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) are expected to argue in the High Court tomorrow that the transfer of Fyffes shares by DCC to a Dutch registered subsidiary in 1995 may have been unlawful and may ha

7th June, 2008

Legal representatives for the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) are expected to argue in the High Court tomorrow that the transfer of Fyffes shares by DCC to a Dutch registered subsidiary in 1995 may have been unlawful and may have constituted insider dealing by officers of both DCC and Dutch company Lotus Green.

The claim will form part of a wide-ranging petition to the court to have an inspector appointed to investigate DCC...

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