View from Here: Caught in the crossfire
Bermuda became a political football during the US presidential elections, with John Kerry singling out the jurisdiction for criticism. David Lines sets out why he believes the Senator's attacks were unfounded
Bermuda has traditionally enjoyed the spotlight as a dominant insurance marketplace. But the island hardly relished its role as political football in the US presidential election when Senator John Kerry made it, and the ‘Bermuda Loophole’, central to his election platform.
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