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everyone can read and look into the papers.
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The Panama Papers are secret papers.

This means,

no one should know what is in these papers.

On 3 April 2016, some of these papers became public

This means,

everyone can read and look into the papers.

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Words with same meanings[edit | edit source]

The Panama Papers

Panama Papers leak

Panama leaks

Mossack Fonseca leak

Panama leak

Detailed explanation[edit | edit source]

The secret papers belong to the firm Mossack Fonseca.

Mossack Fonseca helps customers with taxes.

And money matters.

They offer ghost companies to their customers.

Customers can transfer money through their ghost company.

Many make use of the company for money-laundering or corruption.

The secret papers are e-mails.

And letters.

And credit agreements.

There are about 11 million secret papers.

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