updated 11:28 PM CEST, Mar 31, 2020


U.S. Treasury belatedly reveals 'regulatory reform' talks with EU

The U.S. Treasury this week revealed that it had met last Tuesday and Wednesday in Washington with representatives from a number of EU organizations, including the European Commission, European Banking Authority and the European Securities and Markets Authority, "to exchange views on financial regulatory developments". It said the meetings had…

FATCA pushback erupts for first time in Middle East

The frustration and anger that American expats living mainly in Canada and certain countries in Europe have been expressing ever since the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act was signed into law in 2010 is emerging for the first time in the Middle East, an article published today by one of…
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AmCham China posts coronavirus 'member portal' on website

The American Chamber of Commerce in the People's Republic of China (AmCham China) has posted what it said will be an "evolving" portal for its members on the devastating coronavirus outbreak that's currently paralyzing that country, and a growing number of others.
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