Apr 12, 2016

Panama ‘willing to cooperate fully’ over finance scandal » TODAY.ng

OECD head Angel Gurria said on Monday that Panama is “willing to cooperate fully” with his organisation in the wake of a massive leak of financial data that has sent shockwaves around the world. Gurria told a press conference in Tokyo that Isabel De Saint Malo, vice president of the Central American country, called him last week to express cooperation with the Paris-based Organization for...

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