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According to the local newspaper Tribune de Geneve, Mohamed al-Fayed moved to Geneva in the spring of 2003 and was granted taxation under a special regime, the so-called lump sum taxation. In August 2004, he moved on and headed for Monaco. Why would he prefer the Mediterranean to Lake Geneva? Had he overlooked something?

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