Caribbean Community member states have benefitted from the introduction of value-added taxes, but more reform is needed, says a new paper from the International Monetary Fund.Read Full Story
Antigua and Barbuda's 2016 Budget Statement confirms that personal income tax will be abolished from April this year and announces revenue offsets. Read Full Story
From April this year, the Government of Antigua and Barbuda will abolish personal income tax.Read Full Story
The World Trade Organization announced on June 11, 2015, that 66 developing and least-developed country members have now submitted notifications to the WTO outlining which provisions of the new Trade Facilitation Agreement they intend to implement upon entry into force of the pact.Read Full Story
Antigua and Barbuda is to hold bilateral talks with the US in connection with the ongoing gaming dispute between the two countries. The move follows last week's meeting between Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, and US Trade Representative, Michael Froman. Read Full Story
Bahamas Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis updated Parliament on progress towards the introduction of value-added tax from January 1, 2015, and disclosed a number of new details during Parliament's second reading of the Value Added Tax Bill 2014. Read Full Story
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