A Swiss man has been captured in Frankfurt on doubt of spying.
German government prosecutors said the man was associated with having worked “for the insight administration of a remote power” since mid 2012.
Reports recommend the man may have kept an eye on German duty examiners.
Impose experts in Germany have dubiously purchased CDs of data from informants in Swiss banks as they attempt to catch German occupants with Swiss financial balances.
The issue has created rubbing between the Swiss and German governments. Experts in Germany’s government states have advocated the heavy installments by saying the data picked up would prompt significantly bigger wholes in unpaid duties being recovered.
Be that as it may, Switzerland thinks paying individuals who take data from Swiss banks isn’t right.
The 54-year-old, named just as Daniel M, was arrested on Friday, prosecutors stated, yet a capture warrant had been issued for him in December.
A few private and business premises in Frankfurt and the adjacent Wetterau locale were sought by officers from the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA).