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Antiguan Ambassador Warns of “Threats on the Horizon” as EU/OECD Consider Action Against CIP-Countries

May 28, 2020

Christian NesheimEditor   “We are looking closely at actions that are taken and actions being contemplated by the EU and also by the OECD, so we are monitoring those things,” said Antiguan Ambassador and Citizenship by Investment Board member Colin Murdoch this week, according to the Antigua Observer. While...

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Carlyle Rogers: CBI Has No Place in the Current Geopolitical Debate on Immigration

June 15, 2019

Carlyle RogersDubai/Anguilla   The place of the CBI industry in the current geopolitical debate surrounding immigration To say that immigration is the driving force behind the current turmoil facing Western democracies is to acknowledge the obvious and make the understatement of the decade. The subject is to the rise of...

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Rogers: EU/OECD’s Real Concern About CIPs Is Tax Competition, Not “Good Governance” – Part 2

May 4, 2019

Carlyle RogersDubai/Anguilla   CARICOM finally appears to realize that the EU is out to destroy the region’s economic future under the guise of tax good governance and other red herrings – what took them so long? Part Deux. In the first part of this two-part series, I examined the...

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Rogers: EU/OECD’s Real Concern About CIPs Is Tax Competition, Not “Good Governance” – Part 1

April 29, 2019

Carlyle RogersDubai/Anguilla   CARICOM finally appears to realize that the EU is out to destroy the region’s economic future under the guise of tax good governance and other red herrings. What took them so long? On the 27th March 2019, CARICOM (the Caribbean Community) issued a statement in response...

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