Main page > About the company > News and mailing > Jurisdictions news > EU updated the list of "not cooperating" tax jurisdictions

EU updated the list of "not cooperating" tax jurisdictions


				14.03.2019
						

On March 12th, 2019 the European Commission updated the list of non-cooperating tax jurisdictions. Ten jurisdictions have been added to the list:

- Aruba;

- Barbados;

- Belize;

- Bermuda;

- Dominic;

- Fiji;

- Marshall Islands;

- Oman;

- United Arab Emirates;

- Vanuatu.


The reason for the inclusion of these countries in the black list was their failure to fulfill their commitments to the EU within the agreed time frame.

In particular, criteria for tax transparency, the presence of a zero tax rate, real economic activity were considered.

Currently the list includes 15 countries and territories:

- American Samoa;

- Aruba;

- Barbados;

- Belize;

- Bermuda;

- Vanuatu;

- US Virgin Islands;

- Guam;

- Dominic;

- Marshall Islands;

- United Arab Emirates;

- Oman;

- Samoa;

- Trinidad and Tobago;

- Fiji.

The blacklist is one of the instruments of the EU foreign policy aimed at combating tax evasion.

On materials of the following website: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_MEMO-19-1629_en.htm



Back to the list news

Quickly and confidentially.
A qualified expert will give you a free consultation by telephone, help to determine the position and make an appointment at any time that suits you.
Call just now by phone: +44 203 608 22 48
E-mail us: london@hbcomp.co.uk


News

03/11/2020 11:46:00

Decline taxes in Great Britain

According to last changes, published on the website of Tax Service ...

Read more

02/17/2020 17:56:00

European Comission sends legal warnings regarding anti-money laundering laws

The European Commission has sent legal warnings to Cyprus, Portuga ...

Read more

02/14/2020 13:32:00

UK aims to launch freeports

The UK government has launched a consultation on creating up to 10 ...

Read more