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Island's tax laws ahead of other countries, says Chief Minister

Leighyn keesh yn Ellan goll roish cheeraghyn elley, ta Ard Shirveishagh dy ghra

Howard Quayle shassoo er dy vel slattys Vannin leeideil y raad feiy ny cruinney

Ta'n ard shirveishagh shassoo er dy vel Ellan Vannin ny leeideilagh feiy ny cruinney ayns leighyn noi niee argid.

Ta Howard Quayle er ve loayrt lurg da'n Ellan ve enmyssit 'sy chiaghtoo ynnyd jeig jeh pargyssyn-keesh s'baggyrtee y theihll ayns ayndagh clouit ec y Voggyl Cairys Keesh. 

Ta Mnr Quayle er jeet er y cheshaght myr 'neu-ventynagh', as eh gra dy vel yn Ellan biallagh da slattys yn OECD as Moneyval.

T'eh jeeraghey ard soilshey er yn Ellan cur er bun saaseyn noi shaghney keesh myr sampleyr jeh reillyn Vannin ve goll rouesyn ayns lughtyn-reill elley.

AS HOWARD QUAYLE : Va Ellan Vannin agh y nah cheer 'sy theihll, lurg yn Austria, dy dy hickyraghey as dy chur yn ennym echey da scughey vondeishyn crimmey bunnidagh. Myr shoh shen tra t'ou cur lhiettrymys er colughtyn scughey mygeayrt vondeishyn nyn golughtyn as stiagh ayns caghlaaghyn colught elley dy chur eab er shaghney keesh. As va Ellan Vannin y nah cheer 'sy theihll dy chur yn ennym echey da shen. Myr shoh, er-lhiam dy vel shen soilshaghey magh dy baghtal nagh vel Ellan Vannin ynrican geiyrt er ny fir elley, dy vel shin leeideil ayns shiartanse dy ardyn. 

 

Howard Quayle insists Manx legislation leads the way globally 

The chief minister insists the Isle of Man is a global leader in anti-money laundering laws.

Howard Quayle has been speaking after the Island was named as the world's 17th most aggressive tax haven in an index published by the Tax Justice Network.

Mr Quayle has branded the organisation "irrelevant", stating the Island does comply with OECD and Moneyval legislation.

He highlights the Island's introduction of tax avoidance measures as an example of Manx regulations being ahead of those in other jurisdictions:
 

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