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  • 24 Feb 2006

Capitalia head suspended over Parmalat probe

An Italian court has suspended Capitalia's chairman, Cesare Geronzi, following investigations linked to the dairy company Parmalat's insolvency in 2003.

The probe is looking into Geronzi's dealings with companies formerly owned by Parmalat's founders, the Tanzi family.

He is accused of assisting the Tanzi family ...

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