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January 4, 1996
Chile Charges Ex-Trader With Fraud: Authorities brought the charges against a former copper trader whose money-losing trades cost the government's copper company, Codelco, about $175 million in 1993. Juan Pablo Davila, once a leading futures trader at Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, was charged with tax fraud in connection with the trades, which cost Chile nearly one-half of 1% of its gross domestic product.
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BUSINESS
January 4, 1996
Chile Charges Ex-Trader With Fraud: Authorities brought the charges against a former copper trader whose money-losing trades cost the government's copper company, Codelco, about $175 million in 1993. Juan Pablo Davila, once a leading futures trader at Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, was charged with tax fraud in connection with the trades, which cost Chile nearly one-half of 1% of its gross domestic product.
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