People protest in front of Parliament building in Reykjavik, Iceland, Tuesday April 5, 2016. The leak of millions of records on offshore accounts claims its first high-profile victim as Iceland's prime minister resigns amid outrage over revelations he used such a shell company to conceal a conflict of interest. (AP Photo/David Keyton)

Despite Panama Papers, EU Pitching Another Tax Evasion ‘Smokescreen’

‘The Commission has once more taken the side of tax dodging multinationals against the European public.’

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