NEWS: ACCUSED CONTROLS TAX HAVEN COMPANIES
Formerly secret Cayman Islands documents reveal that Sydney businessman Vanda Gould controls two companies in the Caribbean tax haven.
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The Sydney Morning Herald (Date:10/21/2013 02:57)
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