"The Bahamas is a classic secrecy jurisdiction – it allows people to set up secret shell companies and makes it difficult and expensive to get any information about who’s really pulling the strings. This secrecy allows crime and corruption to fester hurting all of us - we must end the use of anonymously-owned companies," said Robert Palmer of Global Witness.
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