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
The International Monetary Fund has said that St Kitts and Nevis should adopt measures to prevent adverse affects on Government finances from the new exemptions from value-added tax and import duties.Read Full Story
The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis has delivered a briefing to the islands' Citizenship By Investment Unit calling for excellence, professionalism, and the highest levels of service for stakeholders.Read Full Story
Caribbean territory Saint Kitts and Nevis's new government has announced that it is to remove value-added tax on food, medicine, and funeral expenses. Read Full Story
Saint Kitts and Nevis expects that tax revenue will have increased by 7.8 percent in 2014, compared with 2013 levels, after numerous reforms to put the territory's fiscal house in order in recent years. Read Full Story
The International Monetary Fund has said substantial strides have been made by Saint Kitts and Nevis to put its fiscal house in order, but urged the territory to continue to prudently manage its finances.Read Full Story
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