Prince Charles charity's partnership with Latvian tycoon and ex-Blackpool FC ...

Prince Charles charity's partnership with Latvian tycoon and ex-Blackpool FC ...
Prince Charles charity's partnership with Latvian tycoon and ex-Blackpool FC ...
Charles' charity went into business with convicted Latvian tycoon and former Blackpool FC owner Valeri Belokon Prince Charles's charity went into business with Latvian tycoon and ex-Blackpool FC co-owner Valeri Belokon, who was later convicted of money laundering  He was convicted and sentenced to 20-year jail term after a Paris appeal court ruled his bank was set up 'in order to develop... money-laundering practices'  The Prince's Foundation was involved in joint venture with Belokon's company  Under terms of deal, Belokon ran charity's projects in Latvia, Georgia and China

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Prince Charles’s charitable foundation went into business with a Latvian tycoon later convicted of money laundering.

Valeri Belokon, went into a joint venture with Charles, called PF Urban, to provide consultancy services in ¿ecological construction¿ and ¿urban planning'

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Valeri Belokon, went into a joint venture with Charles, called PF Urban, to provide consultancy services in ‘ecological construction’ and ‘urban planning'

Valeri Belokon, a former co-owner of Blackpool Football Club, announced to fanfare in Latvia in 2010 that he and Charles had formed a joint venture, called PF Urban, to provide consultancy services in ‘ecological construction’ and ‘urban planning’.

Belokon’s company Latvijas a/s Hercogiste – which translates as The Duchy of Latvia – established PF Urban in a ‘joint

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