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Port of Piraeus at centre of tax fraud probe

Chinese criminals are reportedly avoiding import duties and VAT while importing goods through Greece’s largest port, Piraeus, considered a trade gateway between China and Europe

The European Anti-Fraud Office and Greece's Financial Crime Unit are conducting separate investigations linked to alleged tax issues involving Chinese goods imported via Pireaus, Reuters reports

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