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November 4, 1994 | From Reuters
A fugitive Mexican businessman accused of running an insider loan network at the Cremi-Union financial group denied the charges Thursday and vowed to remain at the helm of the bank and Florida-based Del Monte Fresh Produce Co. "I don't intend to relinquish control of either of these companies, as has been maliciously reported," Carlos Cabal Peniche said in an open letter to the Mexican media, his first public response to the charges against him.
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March 30, 1995 | From Bloomberg Business News
Carlos Cabal Peniche, a fugitive Mexican banker, said he has filed several lawsuits against the Mexican government to challenge the seizure of his financial company Grupo Financiero Union-Cremi. Cabal's suits also seek to recover the control he once held over the fruit and vegetable producer Fresh Del Monte Produce, which is based in Coral Gables, Fla. Cabal's actions were announced in a full-page newspaper advertisement placed by two law firms on his behalf.
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March 30, 1995 | From Bloomberg Business News
Carlos Cabal Peniche, a fugitive Mexican banker, said he has filed several lawsuits against the Mexican government to challenge the seizure of his financial company Grupo Financiero Union-Cremi. Cabal's suits also seek to recover the control he once held over the fruit and vegetable producer Fresh Del Monte Produce, which is based in Coral Gables, Fla. Cabal's actions were announced in a full-page newspaper advertisement placed by two law firms on his behalf.
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November 4, 1994 | From Reuters
A fugitive Mexican businessman accused of running an insider loan network at the Cremi-Union financial group denied the charges Thursday and vowed to remain at the helm of the bank and Florida-based Del Monte Fresh Produce Co. "I don't intend to relinquish control of either of these companies, as has been maliciously reported," Carlos Cabal Peniche said in an open letter to the Mexican media, his first public response to the charges against him.
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