The number of individuals and firms under investigation in Germany’s cum-ex tax scandal has risen from around 400 to more than 800 over an eight-month period, according to a new court filing.

The figure pertains to 68 preliminary proceedings in the ongoing cum-ex scandal, which started when a number of organizations were alleged to have claimed twice on tax rebates.

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