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Brazil Ministers cited in Pandora Papers scandal claim their companies are legal and declared

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The two main Brazilian officials cited in the Pandora Papers, the lastest international journalistic investigation on alleged money concealment by dozens of world personalities, clarified on Sunday that their companies abroad are both legal and declared.

The statement came from Brazilian Economy Minister Paulo Guedes and Central Bank President Roberto Campos Neto - whose position has ministerial status - in press releases issued after their names were cited in the report published on Sunday by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).

According to the tracking of transactions conducted by Panamanian law firm Alcogal to allegedly help politicians . . .

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