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O queijo gruyère

O segredo bancário suíço tornou-se um queijo gruyère. Basta ler esta notícia:

«Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN), Switzerland’s second-biggest bank, told U.S. clients it is giving confidential client account data to the Swiss tax authorities, who will decide whether to disclose it to the Internal Revenue Service. The U.S. is probing whether Credit Suisse helped Americans evade taxes, and the IRS used a 1996 tax treaty to request data for certain accounts held between 2002 and 2010, according to Nov. 2 letter sent to a client by the bank. The IRS sought data for accounts owned through domiciliary companies in which clients are the beneficial owners, according to the letter».

O resto da história vem aqui. País de chocolates, o que era doce, acabou-se…

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