Bribery for Africa: 3

Bribery for Africa: 3

Glencore and Gertler in the Paradise Papers
Glencore and Gertler’s dealings in the DRC (here referred to as Congo-Kinshasa) were amongst those exposed in the Paradise Papers, a leaked cache of documents, most of which came from within the Bermuda law firm Appleby, which specialises in offshore tax structures for the global super-wealthy - and has a branch in Mauritius. The papers were published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, The Guardian and more than 90 media partners across the world in November 2017.


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Paradise Papers
Dan Gertler
Ivan Glasenberg
Appleby, Bermuda
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