France has added The Bahamas, Anguilla, Virgin Islands and the Seychelles to its blacklist of tax havens for lack of cooperation, according to Public Accounts Minister Gerald Darmanin. Darmanin said in an interview with Journal du Dimanche: "Before the report of the Court of Auditors on tax evasion, I announce that we will blacklist four new countries: Anguilla, the Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and the Seychelles, which are not cooperative enough in terms of financial transparency." France has been carrying out investigations into 500 offshore companies following the Panama Papers scan...
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