File - Serge Dassault attending a press conference for the presentation of Dassault Aviation 2013 results in Saint-Cloud, near Paris March 13, 2014. (AFP/ERIC PIERMONT)
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The accountant of French billionaire industrialist Serge Dassault told judges investigating a vote-buying scandal that he had delivered 53 million euros ($66 million) in plastic bags to his employer over several years, local media reported Tuesday.The daily Liberation and France Inter radio accessed the transcript from a judicial hearing last month in which the accountant, Gerard Limat, said the money was delivered by a Swiss financial services firm between 1995 and 2012 .Limat, 74, said the deliveries were organized by Cofinor, a firm which specializes in moving money in and out of Switzerland.
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