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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A special inspection team of the Federal Treasury has discovered that Gamecorp - a company whose partner is Fabio Luis Lula da Silva, or 'Lulinha' - has hired "non-existent companies", two of which are also registered in the name of the son of ex-president Lula, to conceal millions of profits.

According to Lulinha's income statements from 2013 to 2015, Gamecorp transferred R$2.8 million (US$700 thousand) to G4 (Entertainment and Digital Technology company) and LLF (Holding company), which subsequently distributed tax-exempt profits in the amount of R$2.9 million to Lulinha . . .

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