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Pandora Papers: World leaders under fire over bombshell tax haven report

By Abiodun Ogundairo
05 October 2021   |   9:40 am
A trove of leaked documents has revealed links between leaders and offshore tax havens. Officials in Pakistan and other countries are facing calls for investigation while Germany urged patience in fighting tax avoidance.

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