Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

ILVA owners probed for fraud and funds scam


Rome, May 22 - Milan investigators on Wednesday
said they are probing Emilio and Adriano Riva, owners of the
parent company that owns Taranto's ILVA steel plant, suspected
of fraud against the State and fake money transfers.
Some 1.2 billion euros transferred out of Italy by the
Rivas were also confiscated.
Last January, ILVA executive and family member Fabio Riva
was arrested in London after two months on the run.
Taranto prosecutors issued a European arrest warrant for
Fabio Riva, the deputy chairman of parent-company Riva, on
December 10 saying that he was sought as part of a criminal
probe into the environmental scandal at the facility.
Several other top managers have been arrested as part of
the investigations.
The Taranto plant is the biggest in Europe, and the Riva
group is the biggest iron and steel producer in Italy, the
fourth-biggest in Europe and the 23rd-biggest in the world.
ILVA has been at the centre of a political and legal battle
since July when local magistrates ordered the partial closure of
its Taranto plant due to serious health concerns.

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