France blacklists BVI and Bahamas as non-cooperative tax havens

Pedro Gonçalves
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France has added the Bahamas, the British Virgin Islands, Anguilla and the Seychelles to its list of non-cooperative countries and territories in fiscal matters. Paris updates the list annually and it now comprises 13 countries, including Panama, Oman as well as the British and US Virgin Islands. Vanuatu has been placed on the European blacklist. The updated tax blacklist was released on 7 Jan. by Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire and Minister of Public Action and Accounts Gérald Darmanin and follows the publication of a similar updated list by the Netherlands. France has blamed the ...

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