(Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Bank AG was accused of using underfunded shell companies to evade U.S. taxes in a government lawsuit seeking $190 million in taxes, penalties and interest.
Germany’s largest bank has been grappling with mounting legal costs while seeking to resolve international probes, including investigations into alleged market rigging.
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