Germany has committed to sharing tax evasion information as a widening tax scandal involving its citizens and the tax haven of Liechtenstein spreads to other parts of Europe.
Germany has already revealed the names of some of its own wealthy citizens who have been hiding assets in secret bank accounts in Liechtenstein. Now it is offering to provide the information to other countries in Europe whose citizens have accounts in Liechtenstein, according to Deutsch Welle.
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