Bahamas awaits confirmation of removal from EU blacklist

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Peter Turnquest, The Bahamas' deputy prime minister and minister of finance, in addressing the regrettable decision by the European Union to place The Bahamas on a list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes, has emphasized the country is committed to international tax transparency and cooperation, exchange of information, and international regulatory standards. "The government of The Bahamas has a strong and unwavering commitment to the integrity of our financial services industry," said the deputy prime minister. "Business is being conducted in The Bahamas in a fair, transp...

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