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Malta committed to EU presidency despite tax haven accusations

17 January 2017

Anjana Haines

Malta is focusing on its presidency of the EU Council, despite claims that the country would not be able to pass the EU’s tax haven criteria if it were assessed – an accusation the country’s finance minister has dismissed.



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