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Towards a Level Playing Field,
second edition.


Report undertaken by Stikeman Elliott on behalf of the ITIO and STEP.

 



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SPEECHES 2001


The future of financial services in the Caribbean, by HE Sir Ronald Sanders, Chief Foreign Affairs Representative of Antigua and Barbuda, 7 September 2001

OECD working group must become truly inclusive
, by Hon Ralph T O'Neal, Chief Minister of the British Virgin Islands, 4 August 2001


Closing statement by the Rt. Hon. Owen Arthur, Prime Minister of Barbados, at the High-Level Consultations on the OECD's Harmful Tax Competition Initiative, 9 January 2001


A call for multilateral dialogue, by H E The Rt Hon Don McKinnon, Commonwealth Secretary-General, at the High-Level Consultations on the OECD's Harmful Tax Competition Initiative, Barbados
, 8 January 2001


Opening statement by the Rt. Hon. Owen Arthur, Prime Minister of Barbados, at the High-Level Consultations on the OECD's Harmful Tax Competition Initiative, Barbados, 8 January 2001


Promoting a more inclusive dialogue, by Hon George A McCarthy, OBE JP, Financial Secretary, Cayman Islands, January 2001

Statement by Terepai Maoate, Prime Minister of the Cook Islands, at the High-Level Consultations on the OECD's Harmful Tax Competition Initiative, Barbados, 8-9 January 2001

The Case for an International Protocol on Information Sharing, by Robert Mathavious, former CFATF Chairman and Director of Financial Services, British Virgin Islands, 7 December 2000



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