The Panama Papers – now you can investigate them yourself

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The Panama Papers saga continues. Despite a cease and desist order issued last week from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca, a searchable database containing 11 million documents revealing the hidden offshore tax havens of the rich and powerful has been made publicly available. Click on the link and you can explore the data yourself.  The database contains information on over 200,000 offshore companies, and the names of the people and the structures behind them. The release of the Panama Papers data has renewed calls for action on multi-national tax avoidance.

 

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