Maltese nationals' offshore holdings in Dubai 'in hands of police'

Mark Battersby
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Information on around 20 Maltese nationals' offshore holdings in Dubai has been passed on to the financial crime police by the island's tax authorities, the Times of Malta has reported today (2 August). Information from the so-called ‘Dubai list' was obtained from Germany last week following a request by Malta's Inland Revenue Department. On 25 July, Times of Malta reported how a request for data on any Maltese passport holders was sent to the German government by the island's tax officials after Berlin had in June purchased data on millions of international taxpayers from an anonymou...

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