Partners of the now-defunct Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca, Ramon Fonseca (l) and Jurgen Mossack (r), in earlier days.
Partners of the now-defunct Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca, Ramon Fonseca (l) and Jurgen Mossack (r), in earlier days. Arnulfo Franco, Handout AP, ICIJ
Partners of the now-defunct Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca, Ramon Fonseca (l) and Jurgen Mossack (r), in earlier days. Arnulfo Franco, Handout AP, ICIJ

New Panama Papers leak shows U.S. oddly inactive

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Panama Papers 2.0

A new leak of data from the embattled law firm Mossack Fonseca shows it scrambling to contain the crisis triggered by the April 2016 leak of the Panama Papers — struggling to find true owners of mysterious companies, dealing with angry clients trying to quickly transfer their business and cutting a deal to bring in income even as it transferred its U.S. clientele to a Delaware-based company.

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