From Global Regulation & Policy

Three Years After The EU Blacklist Arrived, What Has Changed?

In the waning days of 2017, following several years of development, the European Union published a list of 17 ‘non-cooperative jurisdictions’ that it had determined posed a risk to the tax bases of its member states. Alongside this ‘blacklist,’ the EU also released a ‘grey list’ of 47 jurisdictions that had pledged to address deficiencies in their tax systems by the end of the following year.

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