EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, has written a letter to former Vice-President Neelie Kroes, asking for facts, details and clarifications over the Bahama leaks that showed her having interests in Mint Holdings offshore, which she has “failed to declare” over a five-year period.
The Commission is investigating Mint Holdings’ possible connection to any other firms that Kroes has taken decisions while being a EU Commissioner for Competition and Digital Agenda
The EU’s former anti-...
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