The clients also include 195 individuals who had their residential addresses in South Korea, according to the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS).

Seoul's financial watchdog said on Tuesday it will consider opening an investigation into 195 South Koreans who were named in a recently leaked foreign document as being suspected of attempting to avoid taxes by setting up paper companies in offshore tax havens in violation of foreign-exchange laws.

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