European Commissioner for the economy Pierre Moscovici was “shocked” published content Paradise files and calls to create a database of offenders, the BBC reports.
“This new scandal once again shows that some companies and rich people are willing to do anything to avoid paying taxes,” he said.
In this regard, the Commissioner called for the creation of the EU “black list” of violators.
October 5, investigative journalists published a so-called Paradise archive, which collected 13.4 million secret documents about offshore companies and individuals from around the world.
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