Máxima book raises questions about cv

A book about princess Máxima’s life in Argentina has come up with a discrepancy on the princess’s cv, which suggest she may have worked at a financial institution implicated in money laundering, the AD reports on Friday.

The book, due to be published next week by Argentine journalists Gonzalo Alvarez Guerrero and Soledad Ferrari, claims that Máxima worked for financial institution Mercado Ambierto in Buenos Aires from October 1991 to September 1993. Her boss there was Aldo Ducler, a former colleague of her father at the agriculture ministry. He was later arrested on charges of drugs money laundering.
But according to Máxima’s official cv she only worked there from 1989 to 1990 while a student.
The writers also claim that the Dutch state information service RVD tried to prevent publication of the book, a charge the RVD denies emphatically, the paper says.

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