Bermuda, Barbados and Aruba to be removed from EU's tax haven blacklist

Pedro Gonçalves
Bermuda, Barbados and Aruba to be removed from EU's tax haven blacklist

Bermuda will be removed from the European Union's blacklist of noncooperative tax jurisdictions next week, alongside Barbados and Aruba, a Bloomberg Law report said. The report came only hours after Curtis Dickinson, the finance minister, told MPs he expected the island to be removed from the blacklist next Friday. Bermuda, Aruba and Barbados are to be removed from the EU blacklist because they have changed their corporate tax laws, the report said. Dickinson told the House of Assembly that...

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