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As with the Panama Papers, Latin American journalists played pivotal roles in the management, reporting and editing of the global investigation known as the Paradise Papers, a reporting project led by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) that analyzes a trove of 13.4 million documents revealing details about the offshore activities of individuals and entities around the world.
Latin Americans served both in key roles at the ICIJ and as reporters for the media partners that participated. Of the network of more than 380 journalists from 67 countries around the globe that worked with ICIJ on the Paradise Papers investigation, 60 journalists from 13 countries were involved.
In all, twenty-one media outlets from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador,