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Virus response opens way for corruption: EU chief prosecutor

Reuters Tuesday, 12 May 2020
The promise of vast sums of European Union aid to countries affected by the coronavirus and less oversight over the funds is likely to lead to a surge in fraud and corruption, the EU's chief prosecutor said in an interview.
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