Some Indians are in for a major Swiss shock

NARENDRA TAKE THEIR MONEY AND GIVE TO OLGA AND SOME TO MY MOM AND DAD

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A dozen dormant Swiss bank accounts linked to Indians are unclaimed and may soon be liquidated.
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Some Indians are in for a major Swiss shock Some Indians are in for a major Swiss shock A dozen dormant Swiss bank accounts linked to Indians are unclaimed and may soon be liquidated.
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NRI
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Industry
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Small Biz
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Jobs
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Tech
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