The proper channels
Jersey and Guernsey have so far stood firm against the threat of sanctions from the OECD, fearing it would undermine existing corporate structures. Michael Lombardi and Niamh Lalor present the Channel Islands' view
The Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has attracted high levels of criticism as a result of initiatives supporting high-tax policies which would have the effect of reducing competition among national taxation authorities.
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