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Court delays trial of former Al trader Marcos Penin

March 20, 2009 - 10:02 GMT Location: London

KEYWORDS: marcos penin , noble group , noble , philip gross , lausanne , josephine mason

The trial in Switzerland against Marcos Penin for alleged forgery and disloyal management while he was an aluminium trader at Noble Group has been delayed

The case was due to start on April 20 and take two days, but has been postponed because more time is needed.

No new date has been fixed but it is expected to now take five days, an official at the criminal court in Lausanne told MB.

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