New_OECD_tax_havens_list

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New OECD tax havens list: the good the bad and the missing ones (Friday Apr 3, 2009) Following the G20 communiqué yesterday, the OECD has issued a new list of tax havens. The list consists of four main categories: 1. Jurisdictions that have substantially implemented the internationally agreed tax standard. 2. Tax havens that have committed to the internationally agreed tax standard but have not yet substantially implemented it. 3. Other financial centres that have committed to the internationally agreed tax standard but have not yet substantially implemented it. 4. Jurisdictions that have not committed to implement the internationally agreed tax standard. When looking at this list one will surprisingly find quite substantive differences as compared with previous lists. Apparently, the announcements and commitments we witnessed in the last few weeks from a series of prominent long date tax havens have successfully “promoted” them from a black towards a kind of grey or even white list. The white list: Guernsey, Isle of Man and Jersey are now in the most respectable list,
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  • Fall '08
  • Kelliher,C
  • Tax haven, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, tax havens, internationally agreed tax

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