Skip to comments.Paris wants to remove Bermuda and Jersey from tax haven list
Posted on 01/06/2014 9:47:07 AM PST by Olog-hai
France has decided to remove Jersey and Bermuda from its tax haven blacklist as they have been cooperative in sharing fiscal information. EurActiv France reports.
According to a letter from the French finance minister, Pierre Moscovici, and the budget minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, to the rapporteur of the finance committee of the French parliament, Christian Eckert, the two island states gave positive responses to the requests for fiscal cooperation that France had demanded after they were added to the blacklist last August.
The blacklist consists of non EU member countries that do not have an administrative assistance convention with France, which makes it possible to implement French fiscal law.
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Time to move accounts for those who have them in those places.
Yes. It seems they have removed themselves from the list of tax havens.
A cooperative agreement with Christie?
On reading the first few words of the headline, I thought this article was about a tiff between Paris Hilton and a couple of her BFFs. What is Paris (the bimbo, not the city) up to these days?
Why does Paris Hilton care about this?
Because Paris of Troy cares about it.
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