The government of Dominica is putting measures in place to ensure that it is removed from the European Union blacklist.
On Monday the EU added Dominica to the so-called blacklist of jurisdictions considered non-cooperative for tax purposes after Dominica received a ‘partially compliant’ rating from the Global Forum [for Transparency and Exchange of Information].
Following Dominica’s compliant rating in 2018, a second review enlisted the country as ‘partially compliant’ in 2020.
Attorney General, Levi Peter on Tuesday announced Cabinet’s decision on measures to ensure Dominica receives a compliant rating by the next EU review scheduled for September of this year.
Attorney General, Levi Peter
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