Pandora Papers ignites secrecy debate amid vast 38 jurisdiction data haul

Mark Battersby
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Leaked documents on more than 27,000 companies and 29,000 beneficial owners were released by the US-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) on 3 October, its third such data foray into international financial centres. The so-called Pandora Papers, which follow the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers, has shifted its focus to the world of politics with details of 35 current and former world leaders, more than 330 politicians and public officials in 91 countries and territories. The Pandora Papers information comprised 2.94 terabytes in more than 11.9m records ...

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