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Ross insists 'nothing whatsoever improper’ with his investments
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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Nov. 6 that there's nothing "improper" about his investments in a shipping firm with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin's inner circle, which came to light in the leaked "Paradise Papers."
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Nov. 6 that there's nothing "improper" about his investments in a shipping firm with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin's inner circle, which came to light in the leaked "Paradise Papers."
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