'Heartless' carbon credit investment firms shut down by High Court

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Two fraudulent investment companies that raised more than £850,000 from the public for near worthless carbon credits have been ordered into liquidation by the High Court.

Carbon Green Capital and Agora Capital were shut down in the public interest by the High Court last month, following petitions presented by the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills...

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