Commodities Scam

November 2013
India Today;11/18/2013, p2
The article discusses the commodities scam involving the National Spot Exchange Ltd. (NSEL) in 2013. The scam focuses on the payment defaults to thousands of investors in the company. The incident has caused authorities to question and arrest NSEL chief executive officer (CEO) Anjani Kumar Sinha and owner Jignesh Shah.


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