The chairman of the Spanish fishing giant Pescanova
was Thursday named a suspect in a probe into the company's
Manuel Fernandez de Sousa and three others are suspected of falsifying accounts and financial information, the National Court said.
Pescanova filed for bankruptcy in April.
The firm, based in the north-western region of Galicia, was one of the biggest fishing companies in Europe, with a fleet of more than 90 vessels and 10,000 employees worldwide.
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