Forbes: Spain investigates 100 over Liechtenstein tax fraud
Spain investigates 100 over Liechtenstein tax fraud
- Spanish authorities are investigating about 100 people suspected to be involved in the growing Liechtenstein tax evasion scandal, El Pais newspaper reported. Quoting investigators, the newspaper said the names of Spaniards who had taken part in the fraud had been handed over by the German government which paid an informer for a list of people using the tiny principality to hide their wealth. El Pais said there were 160 people from Germany, 200 from France and 150 from Italy on the list. No names were given however.