Pandora Papers: World leaders, billionaires Exposed!!

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Pandora Papers, the world’s largest research on the financial affairs of celebrities, has uncovered the offshore companies of several foreign leaders.

According to details, the name of King Abdullah of Jordan is also among the creators of offshore companies in the Pandora Papers. As well as the rulers of Qatar and their foreign companies.

The offshore companies of the presidents of Ukraine, Kenya and Ecuador are also included in the investigation, as are the offshore companies of the prime ministers of the Czech Republic and Lebanon. An offshore company named after former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has also made its way to the report released.

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The Pandora Papers are believed to contain 11 million files and more than 600 reporters from 150 media outlets from 117 countries have taken part in the investigation. Inclusive of Pakistan’s The News’ reporters, Umar Cheema and Fakhar Durrani. The investigation into the financial affairs of the celebrities was completed in two years and the details of the investigation will come out in a few hours.

Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and world-renowned Colombian singer Shakira’s offshore companies have also been exposed in the world’s largest Pandora Papers investigation into the financial affairs of celebrities.

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Sachin Tendulkar’s lawyer says that Sachin’s investment is legitimate and it has been declared before the tax authorities.

According to Shakira’s lawyer, the singer has declared her companies, while according to Schaefer’s lawyer, supermodels pay their taxes correctly in the UK.

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