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U.K. regulators dropped a probe into a former Barclays PLC executive over a 2008 fundraising by the bank with Qatar, despite related criminal charges against him in the case, according to three people with knowledge of the situation.Boath was first interviewed by the regulator in relation to the probe in 2013 .The case relates to 322 million pounds ($425 million) in fees the bank paid the Qatar Investment Authority and a $3 billion loan facility it made available to the nation as part of side deals to a 12 billion pound fundraising from the Qataris and others in 2008 .
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