Report: Greek tax authorities to begin ‘Paradise Papers’ probe
The head of Greece’s independent public revenues authority has reportedly ordered an investigation into whether the now infamous “Paradise Papers” include names of Greek taxpayers.
The huge leak of secret financial documents has created stir around the world, with several dignitaries and celebrities allegedly holdings fortunes in offshore tax havens.
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