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Credit Suisse probe is a blow for Swiss authorities

They are back in damage-control mode after a decade of financial scandals; attorney-general's office says it is "astonished" it wasn't informed in advance of last week's raids

The logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse is seen in front of a branch office in Zurich, Switzerland.


THE latest probe into Credit Suisse Group AG is a blow, not just for the firm but also for the Swiss attorney-general, who didn't know some of the bank's offices were going to be raided. This week, Swiss authorities are back in damage-control mode, after almost a decade of

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