EU to remove UAE and Switzerland from tax blacklist

Pedro Gonçalves
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The United Arab Emirates and Switzerland are set to be removed from a European Union blacklist of countries deemed to be tax havens, according to a Reuters report citing an official document. Switzerland has delivered on its commitments, the document said, acknowledging that a tax reform passed last year - and due to be in force from 2020 - was sufficient to meet EU demands. Switzerland is currently on a greylist that includes countries that have committed to change their tax rules to m...

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