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Man denies issuing bad checks.

Byline: Dana El Baltaji

Summary: An Egyptian businessman accused of issuing a bad check worth $6.18 millionC*

An Egyptian businessman accused of issuing a bad check worth $6.18 million denied the charge before the Dubai Court of Misdemeanours, reports Gulf News . "I am innocent. I didn't sign the check in Dubai, as alleged by the claimant," said businessman, identified as N.B. <p>The trial will reconvene later this month. <p>Meanwhile, N.B. is due to face the same court today where he is facing charges for signing another bad check worth $1.8 million. Senior Public Prosecution sources told Gulf News that the suspect is also being questioned in connection to two other cases of bounced checks. <p>2009 Dubai Business | Kippreport. All Rights Reserved.

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Date:Mar 3, 2009
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