Will the Island appear on EU blacklist?
'We have nothing to hide'.
That was the chief minister's response ahead of the publication of the latest EU tax blacklist, which could be out as soon as 12 March.
Howard Quayle says the government has been completely transparent.
The Island, as well as Jersey and Guernsey, has made changes to tax laws.
It's after the bloc raised concerns over companies with little physical presence routing their profits through the Crown Dependencies.
Mr Quayle is hopeful the Island won't appear on the list: