Presidents of Chile, Ecuador and Dominican Republic among those singled out in Pandora Papers scandal

Several world leaders, including the presidents of Chile, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic, have been named in the Pandora Papers, an international journalistic investigation published Sunday that reveals the concealment of assets in tax havens.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Based on the leak of some 11.9 million documents from 14 financial services companies worldwide, the investigation was conducted by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and involved some 600 journalists from dozens of media outlets, including The Washington Post, The Guardian and El País.

In the case of Chilean President Sebastián Piñera, local media CIPER and LaBot report the purchase and sale of Minera Dominga mining company in the British Virgin Islands to entrepreneur Carlos Alberto Délano, "one of his childhood friends."

According to El País, the president . . .

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