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A massive data leak dubbed the "Panama Papers" has lifted a veil on how the global elite is stashing its wealth in offshore tax havens.
The files come from Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm that helps its clients set up shell companies in tax-friendly jurisdictions, among other services.
Of the companies listed in the firm's documents, one out of every two was incorporated in the British Virgin Islands.