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On the program: Fiji's national airline forced to change the aircraft it uses for certain flights to and from Australia, after CASA temporarily bans the Boeing 737 Max 8 from being flown in Australia, and Vanuatu's kava industry likens the Australian government's approach to import restrictions on their product to that of a "neo-colonial master".
          Teodor Meleşcanu a primit viziza ministrului Ralph John Regenvanu      Cache   Translate Page      
Ministrul Afacerilor Externe, Teodor Meleşcanu a avut, în data de 11 martie 2019, o întrevedere cu Ralph Regenvanu, ministrul afacerilor externe, cooperării internaţionale şi comerţului al Republicii Vanuatu, stat insular din Pacific cu care România a stabilit relaţii diplomatice la 31 mai 2018.
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Outre les 5 pays déjà présents sur la liste - les Samoa américaines, Samoa, Guam, Trinidad et Tobago et îles vierges américaines - se sont ajoutés: Aruba, Belize, Bermude, les Fidji, Oman, Vanuatu, Dominique, Barbados, Emirats Arabes Unis et les îles Marshall.
          Ecofin, aggiunti 10 Paesi  alla Lista Nera dei paradisi fiscali      Cache   Translate Page      

Ecofin, aggiunti 10 Paesi  alla Lista Nera dei paradisi fiscali

Gli Stati caraibici di Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominica ma anche Fiji, Isole Marshall e Vanuatu in Oceania e due Paesi del Golfo, Oman e Emirati Arabi Uniti


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          Estos son los 15 territorios que la UE considera un paraíso fiscal      Cache   Translate Page      

Los ministros de Hacienda de los 28 países de la Unión Europea ha actualizado este martes la lista negra de paraísos fiscales, que ha alcanzado ya los 15 territorios que no cooperan en materia fiscal. En concreto, la UE ha incluido a 10 territorios en esta revisión, algunos de los cuales ya formaron parte de la lista negra inicial, creada en 2017, y han vuelto tras no cumplir los compromisos adquiridos.

¿Qué es un paraíso fiscal?

Uno de los problemas que existen es que hay discrepancias entre los criterios para definir a un paraíso fiscal. Diego López Garrido, economista y exsecretario de Estado para la Unión Europea, los define en su libro Paraísos Fiscales (Catarata) como "la mayor protección que puede recibir un capital o activo que no quiere tributar lo que la ley exige". "Se trata de un Estado soberano que acoge a un capital que huye de otro Estado al que no quiere pagar los impuestos debidos", explica.

La Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos (OCDE) estableció cuatro criterios para determinar si un territorio debía ser considerado como paraíso fiscal:

  1. Un nivel de imposición nulo o reducido para no residentes.
  2. Ausencia de intercambio de información efectiva con otros Estados.
  3. Ausencia de transparencia administrativa.
  4. No obligación para no residentes de ejercer una actividad económica sustancial en el territorio.

La lista negra de UE

La Comisión Europea empezó a evaluar a 92 jurisdicciones en 2016 que consideraba que podían favorecer la evasión fiscal teniendo en cuenta tres criterios: la falta de transparencia, la existencia de regímenes fiscales preferenciales y el respeto a los criterios de la OCDE contra la optimización fiscal.

Un año más tarde, la Unión Europea dio luz verde a su primera lista negra. Bruselas incluyó entonces a 17 jurisdicciones que no cooperaban en materia fiscal con la UE.

"La lista de paraísos fiscales de la UE constituye una verdadera victoria europea, y ha tenido un efecto rotundo en la transparencia y en la equidad fiscales en todo el mundo", ha asegurado Pierre Moscovici, comisario de Asuntos Económicos y Financieros, Fiscalidad y Aduanas. "Estamos subiendo el nivel de exigencia de la buena gobernanza fiscal a nivel mundial y eliminando las posibilidades de fraude fiscal", ha presumido.

La lista negra se había modificado hasta incluir solo a cinco territorios. Sin embargo, este martes ha vuelto a engordar hasta alcanzar los 15 territorios.

Asimismo, en 2017 se aprobó una lista gris, que incluía a 47 países o territorios que se habían comprometido a cooperar y modificar su legislación tributaria. Tras la revisión, esta relación contiene ahora 34 territorios, como Costa Rica, Australia, Marruecos, Suiza y Turquía.

Los 15 territorios actuales

Esta es la lista negra de 15 territorios que la Unión Europea considera paraísos fiscales, actualizada al 12 de marzo de 2019:

  1. Aruba
  2. Barbados
  3. Belice
  4. Bermudas
  5. Emiratos Árabes Unidos
  6. Dominica
  7. Fiji
  8. Guam
  9. Islas Marshall
  10. Islas Vírgenes de los Estados Unidos
  11. Oman
  12. Samoa
  13. Samoa Americana
  14. Trinidad y Tobago
  15. Vanuatu

En el caso de que no sepas dónde se encuentran estos territorios, en El HuffPost hemos creado este mapa para ayudarte:

Denuncia de Oxfam

La ONG Oxfam ha lamentado que la Unión Europea haya eliminado a cinco territorios de las listas negras y gris de paraísos fiscales. En concreto, se ha quejado de la exclusión de Panamá, Hong Kong, Isla de Man, Guernsey y Jersey.

"Los Gobiernos de la UE han dado vía libre a cinco de los paraísos fiscales más agresivos, poniendo en entredicho la legitimidad y el proceso de elaboración de la lista negra de la UE", ha asegurado afirma Susana Ruiz, responsable de justicia fiscal de Oxfam Intermón.


          L'UE entérine une liste élargie de paradis fiscaux, qui englobe les Emirats arabes unis      Cache   Translate Page      
BRUXELLES (Reuters) - L'Union européenne a entériné mardi une liste élargie de paradis fiscaux, a annoncé la Commission européenne dans un communiqué. Dix nouveaux territoires ou Etats ont été ajoutés à une liste déjà existante, qui en comptabilisait cinq. L'île néerlandaise d'Aruba (dans les Antilles), la Barbade (micro-Etat des Caraïbes), le Belize, les Bermudes, les îles Fidji, les îles Marshall, le sultanat d'Oman, les Emirats arabes unis, le Vanuatu (Etat du Pacifique) et la Dominique ont été ajoutés à la liste.
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The European Union has added Fiji, Vanuatu and the Marshall Islands to an extensive tax blacklist.
          Consultant ? To complete an assessment of micro-entrepreneur market vendors in Fiji and Vanuatu - Suva      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Dateline Pacific morning edition for13 March 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
The world's biggest Pacific Island dance festival starts today in New Zealand; Vanuatu and France are likely to keep their dispute over two islands out of the courts, a public law professor says; Rotumans take action to save their endangered language; Fiji's opposition calls for local councils to be elected; the Bougainville Government remains committed to rewriting mining law.
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          Paradisi fiscali, anche gli Emirati Arabi Uniti nella nuova black list Ue      Cache   Translate Page      
Alla vecchia lista si aggiungono Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominica, Figi, Isole Marshall, Oman, Emirati Arabi Uniti, Vanuatu...
          La lista dei paradisi fiscali secondo l'Europa      Cache   Translate Page      

Blacklisted tax economy

Ecco i 10 paesi ritenuti dall'Europa dei "paradisi fiscali" che non collaborano con le autorità internazionali a caccia di evasori delle tasse. Una lista che vede inseriti nella lista nera anche gli Emirati Arabi, dopo una lunga discussione a Bruxelles nei queli il nostro ministro dell'economia, Giovanni Tria, si era schierato per il no. Ecco i 10 paesi della cosiddetta "black list" stabilita dall'Ecofin, l'organismo che riunisce i ministri finanziari della Ue:

Emirati Arabi, Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominica, Fiji, Isole Marshall, Oman e Vanuatu. A questi vanno poi aggiunti Samoa, Trinidad e Tobago, Isole Vergini Usa, Samoa Usa e Guam, da tempo considerati stabilmente dei paradisi fiscali.

Una lista nata però non senza polemiche. Ci sarebbero state infatti grosse pressioni, risultate poi vincitrici, per evitare l'ingresso nella lista ad alcune nazioni da tempo nell'occhio del ciclone per il loro essere centro del mercato dell'offshore, come Panama, Bahamas, Svizzera, Isole Vergini britanniche, Isole Cayman, Guernsey, Isola di Man, Jersey o Hong Kong. Paesi dove sono fortissimi gli interessi di governanti e grandi industriali finiti spesso al centro di scandali finanziari internazionali.

Ma polemiche sono emerse anche per il mancato inserimento di paesi proprio dell'Unione Europea come Lussemburgo, Irlanda, Olanda, Cipro e Malta considerati da alcuni (e da tempo) veri e propri paradisi fiscali

 


          Destinatii ideale pentru a scapa de plata taxelor Lista Paradisurilor fiscale 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
In plus fata de cele 5 jurisdictii deja incluse lista revizuita a UE a jurisdictiilor necooperante include in prezent si Aruba Barbados Belize Bermuda Dominica Fiji Insulele Marshall Oman Emiratele Arabe Unite VanuatuCiteste si Ce s-ar intampla daca multinationalele ar pleca din RomaniaAceste jurisdictii nu au pus in aplicare angajamentele pe care si le-au asumat fata de UE pana la termenul convenitAnexa II la concluzii care cuprinde jurisdictiile cu angajamente in curs reflecta de asemenea... citeste in continuare
          [Ticker] EU shames Oman, UAE and others as 'tax-havens'      Cache   Translate Page      
The EU has branded as "tax-havens" the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, Barbados, Belize, the British overseas territory of Bermuda, Fiji, the Marshall Islands, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Vanuatu, and Dominica in a decision by finance ministers in Brussels Wednesday, the Reuters news agency reported. The 10 jurisdictions joined Samoa, Trinidad and Tobago, and US territories American Samoa, Guam, and the US Virgin Islands, which had been blacklisted earlier.
          Paradisi fiscali salgono a 15      Cache   Translate Page      
di Redazione - Aggiornata la lista nera dei paradisi fiscali che da 5 paesi ora ne conta ben 15. Vai alla guida I paradisi fiscali La Ue infatti ha aggiunto al quintetto di territori (in termini tecnici "giurisdizioni fiscali non cooperative") che non avevano preso impegni dopo la prima black list del 2017 (ossia Samoa Americane, Guam, Samoa, Trinidad e Tobago, Isole Vergini Usa) altri dieci paesi: Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, isole Fiji, isole Marshall, Oman, Vanuatu, Dominica e gli Emirati Arabi Uniti. Su questi ultimi, l'Italia aveva espresso riserve alla discussione nell'Ecofin sulla lista nera Ue, ritenendo che il paese stesse facendo abbastanza per garantire la trasparenza fiscale. In ogni caso, il ministro dell'economia Tria ha proposto un emendamento "che di base d...


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