Agents from the Central Operative Unit (UCO) of the Civil Guard have appeared this morning at the headquarters that the Abengoa company has in Seville. They have done it to make a record at the request of a court of the National High Court, which investigates possible irregularities in the bankruptcy situation of the company, according to sources close to the operation.
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These same sources indicate that there have not yet been any arrests in the operation, and that for now only the company’s headquarters are being searched to collect documentation. As the Being has advanced, a score of agents are carrying out this search and the investigation is under summary secrecy.