A Serbian court confirmed criminal charges against Miroslav Miskovic, Serbia’s wealthiest man, filed by a prosecutor for alleged tax evasion and abuse of office, Blic newspaper reported, citing an unidentified official.
The Higher Court in Belgrade also decided to keep Miskovic in detention for another 30 days, the newspaper said. A special prosecutor for organized crime indicted Miskovic, his son Marko and nine associates, on May 9.
Lawyers at Jankovic, Popovic & Mitic, the law firm representing Miskovic, weren’t immediately available for comment, when contacted by Bloomberg today.
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