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HSBC bosses reject calls to quit over tax scandal

London

HSBC bosses rejected calls from British lawmakers for them to quit over the bank's Swiss tax scandal, but said they were having to clean up after a "terrible list" of control and compliance failings.

HSBC chairman Douglas Flint and chief executive Stuart Gulliver told a

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