Japan targets tax evaders as data reveals assets hidden overseas

a source told Nikkei on Sunday. The number of accounts dwarfs the roughly 9,000 reported by Japanese citizens in 2016 through filings legally required for anyone keeping over 50 million yen ($ …
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