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Paradise Papers leak shines light on international tax avoidance

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The largest document leak in history has unveiled confronting information about how the mega-rich hide their money to avoid paying tax. 13.4 million documents leaked to the media shows how the elite are using tax havens like Bermuda to possible cheat the system. Jack Fryer reports

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