Madrid, Nov 6 (EFE) .- Mexico is committed to investigating possible cases of tax evasion to clarify the responsibilities, said today the Undersecretary of Finance, Vanessa Rubio, after knowing that relevant Mexican characters appear in the so-called "paradise papers". p>
"We will have to do an investigation and a disclaimer of responsibility and, in its case, draw some conclusion about it, "said Rubio in a new edition of the American Tribune EFE, held today at the Casa de América, in Madrid, where he was introduced by the secretary General Iberoamericana, Rebeca Grynspan. p>
According to the Mexican press published yesterday, many important people in Mexico use tax havens in various parts of the world as trading platform to boost profits, including entrepreneurs Carlos Slim, Enrique Coppel and Ricardo Salinas Pliego. p>
The information came from the so-called Consortium International Journalists of Investigation, in which the Mexican weekly newspaper Proceso participated, which published the information in Mexico. P>
The Undersecretary of the Treasury recalled that Mexico It is part of all the conventions related to issues of tax avoidance and evasion, including those of the OECD. p>
"We will use international mechanisms for exchanging Bilateral tax information that Mexico has with practically every country in the world, "confirmed Rubio. p>
However, the Undersecretary of Finance insisted that the first thing that there is What to do is to "corroborate the information before drawing any conclusions." p>
He affirmed that the administration system is already under investigation. tributary as the financial intelligence unit of Mexico.