BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union finance ministers are unlikely to adopt a new blacklist of tax havens at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, the meeting chair, Romanian Finance Minister Eugen Teodorovici, told reporters.
The largest review of the blacklist since its adoption in December 2017 is expected to see the number of listed jurisdictions triple from the current five. However, EU governments have been divided over some of the countries that would be added.
Documents - Italy - Estonia - Countries - Bloc
EU documents show that Italy and Estonia are the only countries in the 28-nation bloc that object to the new list, as they are pushing...
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