Soros loses two crucial multi-million dollar legal battles

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George Soros lost out on two legal bids this week, which are set to cost the billionaire investor millions.

According to Fox Nation, Soros, along with Indian corporate magnate Purnendu Chatterjee, lost a bid to have a $39.4m law suit dismissed on Tuesday. The case was settled at a Manhattan civil court in the US. According to Courthouse News Service, Soros and Chatterjee lost their bid to have the combined cases against them dismissed due to their claims being "implausible and speculative". The pair were sued by the backers of a North Carolina-based cargo airline in late 2003 who claimed the two men engaged in an elaborate shell game intended to defraud them. The 81-year old investor, wh...

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