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Jamaican tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett
LONDON, England (JIS) Caribbean countries will be working with other states and regions, such as India, New Zealand and Africa, to increase the pressure on the British government to reform the Airline Passenger Duty (APD) regime Jamaica’s tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett told a meeting of United Kingdom-based Jamaicans, that Caribbean tourism […]

Caribbean Seeking Support of Other Regions in Lobby Against Airline ...


 Published on Thursday, March 2, 2009 Antigua and Barbuda   Antigua and Barbuda must aggressively pursue ways to repair its image before the coming storm of anti-tax haven abuse legislation, says top New York attorney, Kenneth Rubinstein. Rubinstein's law firm drafted the Antigua International Trust Act, International Foundations Act and the […]

Antigua-Barbuda Must Repair Offshore Image, Says New York Attorney


It is a classic case of “passing the buck”, but Caribbean jurisdictions that offer offshore financial services will be the victims of lax regulation by the OECD countries – the UK and US in particular.  Britain’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, and the US Senate and Congress have both now shown […]

“Tax haven” jurisdictions – Sitting Ducks and Scapegoats



The threat to the financial services sector of the Caribbean is growing everyday and is becoming more evident in reports by media who have swallowed hook, line and sinker that so-called “tax havens” are helping US, European and Japanese nationals, both persons and companies, to evade taxation in their home […]

Is the Caribbean Financial Services Sector Asleep?