State Department says U.S. is reviewing findings from Pandora Papers By Reuters
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The United States has begun reviewing the findings from leaked financial documents called the Pandora (OTC) Papers. However, it is not able to provide details, Ned Price, a spokesperson for State Department, said Monday at a news briefing.
On Sunday, several news outlets published a massive leak of documents that could have been used to link world leaders with secret wealth stores, such as King Abdullah, the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis, and others associated with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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