PBS NewsHour

Panama Papers just ‘a small slice' of offshore banking world

Clip: 04/04/2016 | 11m 18s

The "Panama Papers," a massive project undertaken by hundreds of journalists worldwide, has exposed the dealings of a Panamanian law firm that has allegedly created shell companies for the global rich, as well as presidents, kings and prime ministers. Gwen Ifill talks to Gerard Ryle of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and Shruti Shah of Transparency International-USA.

Aired: 04/04/16

Expired: 05/04/16

Rating: NR

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