Isle of Man removed from EU grey list

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Isle of Man has been removed from the EU's grey list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, along with the other Crown Dependencies, Jersey and Guernsey, after the three worked together with the EU to develop proposals to address the concerns raised.  Chief Minister Howard Quayle tweeted he was "delighted" with the news: Delighted to see the #IsleofMan removed from the EU's grey list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions today. This is testament to the ongoing hard work to ensure the #IOM is an internationally responsible jurisdiction. @EU_Commission #tax #transparency #govern...

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