Bermuda warned over sovereignty rights on tax haven status

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Bermuda warned over sovereignty rights on tax haven status

Bermuda's finance minister Curtis Dickinson has come under fire over his response to the G7 push for a minimum corporate income tax, from one of the international financial centres' fiercest critics Tax Research UK's Richard Murphy, in his regular blog today (23 June). Murphy was responding to an interview with the Financial Times, in which Curtis Dickinson, Bermuda's finance minister, had said he was loath to introduce new levies while the island tax haven of about 64,000 people was still...

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