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Goldman Sachs wins suit over $1.2 billion Libyan fund losses

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. didn’t dupe Libyan officials into investments that lost $1.2 billion, a London court ruled, putting to rest claims the bank leveraged its reputation as well as lavish... To view the full story, click the title link.
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