EU Ministers Due To Drop Dominica From Tax Blacklist

Law360, Brussels (June 12, 2019, 7:09 AM EDT) -- European Union finance ministers are expected to drop the Caribbean island nation of Dominica from its list of non-cooperative jurisdictions on tax matters when they meet on Friday.

The decision comes less than a month after Eugen Teodorovici, chairman of the EU finance ministers’ meetings, suggested that Dominica would be removed from the bloc's so-called black list.

"Dominica will be removed from the EU list following the steps undertaken by this jurisdiction to comply with its commitments on exchanges of information," a background note from the European Council ahead of the meeting said.

Teodorovici, Romania's finance minister, said at a press conference last month...

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