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India offers amnesty to more than 100 HSBC clients

The Indian government has agreed to pardon more than 100 wealthy citizens who allegedly evaded taxes on undisclosed funds in HSBC Private Bank’s Geneva unit. Should the amnestied Indians agree to repatriate money from Geneva to pay their taxes, no criminal proceedings or penalties will be levied against them. These 100 clients are part of a list of 700 HSBC…

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