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Germany unaffected by reports of Credit Suisse data leak

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The national flag of Switzerland flies above the logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse at its headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland April 18, 2021. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany does not believe it is affected by a leak of Swiss credit (SIX:) customer data that was released by an investigative journalism network, a spokesman for the Department of Finance said on Monday.

Several media published allegations that the bank’s clients included perpetrators of human rights violations and businessmen who had been subject to sanctions.

Credit Suisse has dismissed allegations of wrongdoing.

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