Turkey can get into the black list of tax havens in December. This is evidenced by the materials working group of the EU, which is a list of “jurisdictions that do not cooperate on taxation issues”, Bloomberg reports.
The working group, the EU considers that Turkey has done enough to ensure transparency of taxation and the fight against sverhnegativny tax regimes.
The group plans to submit recommendations on the black list of the EU Finance Ministers at a meeting on 5 December.
It is also reported that the list can be added the 36 countries, including Armenia, cook Islands, Marshall Islands, Panama, Serbia, and Tunisia.
As stated yesterday in an interview with Reuters, Finance Minister of Turkey Naci Agbal, the inclusion of Turkey in this list is ungrounded. According to him, the country is in compliance with all obligations in the sphere of taxation. Agbala announced that the EU was sent a letter in which Turkey affirms readiness to work in this field.