EU blacklisted countries responsible for less than 2% of tax losses

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Tax Justice Network (TJN) has revealed that countries blacklisted by the European Union cause less than two percent of global tax losses while EU member states cause 36%. Adopted in 2017, the EU blacklist is used by member states of the European Union to address what it deems as external risks of tax abuse and unfair tax competition. The screening process does not include EU member countries. The EU blacklist, as of October 2020, comprises the following twelve jurisdictions, four of which are Caribbean countries: American Samoa, Anguilla, Barbados, Fiji, Guam, Palau, Panama, Samoa...

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