A court has ordered that an investigation into the ownership of a farm linked to the Agrofert group of Czech prime minister Andrej Babiš be reopened, according to the news server Aktualne.cz.
The farm in the Plzeň region was acquired 15 years ago as one of the last acts of the previous owner before declaring bankruptcy. The farm was bought and several years later acquired by the Agrofert group.
The Supreme Court is now seeking to determine whether the original sale damaged creditors and whether that and successive transactions should be overturned. Aktualne said that Agrofert did not want to comment.
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