National Police arrest a tax official in Malaga City

By John Smith Friday, 17 March 2017 09:59 0
The Ministry of Finance building The Ministry of Finance building Hans Wrang Shutterstock

FOLLOWING a request from the Ministry of Finance, officers from the National Police arrived at the main Tax Office in Malaga City and arrested at least one member of the State Tax Administration Agency (AEAT).

Certain documents have been removed and it is believed that a number of people may be involved in a series of unrevealed irregularities as the enquiry is being conducted under terms of secrecy.

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