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Victims push for new Trio fraud inquiryBY LAURA MILLAN | FRIDAY, 9 AUG 2013 11:10AM
The Victims of Financial Fraud (VOFF) are pushing for another inquiry on the Trio Capital fraud after the Parliamentary Joint Committee (PJC) failed to address the victims' main issues of concern.
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