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Chinese dominate 'Panama Papers'

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The ICIJ posts a database relating to more than 200,000 shell companies in tax havens on its website on May 10.   © Kyodo

TOKYO -- Information on some 210,000 companies mentioned in the "Panama Papers" was revealed by The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. The information shows that the number of businesses and individuals in China involved in setting up entities in tax havens far exceeds that of other countries and regions.

In total, 25,000 entities in China were revealed by the massive data leak known as the Panama Papers.

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