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2.6 billion euros of mafia assets seized in 2016

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Rome, March 17 (IANS/AKI) Italy's police impounded assets worth 2.6 billion euros from the country's main crime syndicates as well over 280 companies last year, the force said.

The assets included 5,242 items including real estate and 281 companies as well as shares and bank accounts, the police said on Thursday.

A total of 9,882 mafia suspects and 2,060 companies with suspected mafia links were probed in 2016, according to the police.

A total of 74 people were arrested for alleged mafia association, 142 for suspected money laundering and 87 for alleged usury following police probes.

Police said they seized over 19.7 million euros of assets from suspected mafia usurers.

--IANS/AKI

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Rome, March 17 (IANS/AKI) Italy's police impounded assets worth 2.6 billion euros from the country's main crime syndicates as well over 280 companies last year, the force said.

The assets included 5,242 items including real estate and 281 companies as well as shares and bank accounts, the police said on Thursday.

A total of 9,882 mafia suspects and 2,060 companies with suspected mafia links were probed in 2016, according to the police.

A total of 74 people were arrested for alleged mafia association, 142 for suspected money laundering and 87 for alleged usury following police probes.

Police said they seized over 19.7 million euros of assets from suspected mafia usurers.

--IANS/AKI

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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2.6 billion euros of mafia assets seized in 2016

Rome, March 17 (IANS/AKI) Italy's police impounded assets worth 2.6 billion euros from the country's main crime syndicates as well over 280 companies last year, the force said.

The assets included 5,242 items including real estate and 281 companies as well as shares and bank accounts, the police said on Thursday.

A total of 9,882 mafia suspects and 2,060 companies with suspected mafia links were probed in 2016, according to the police.

A total of 74 people were arrested for alleged mafia association, 142 for suspected money laundering and 87 for alleged usury following police probes.

Police said they seized over 19.7 million euros of assets from suspected mafia usurers.

--IANS/AKI

mr/

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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