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Wrong Ralph O'Neal?

Ralph T. O'Neal

Chief Minister

British Virgin Islands

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Offshore Trusts Guide | British Virgin Islands The Virgin Islands Special Trusts Act, 2003 (VISTA)

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BVI To Review Taxes And FeesMonday 15/3/2010 British Virgin Islands Prime Minister, Ralph ONeal has said that the territory will run a budget surplus during 2010, although the government still intends to review indirect taxes and fees on financial services.


BVI To Review Taxes And Fees

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British Virgin Islands Prime Minister, Ralph ONeal has said that the territory will run a budget surplus during 2010, although the government still intends to review indirect taxes and fees on financial services.
In his budget address, ONeal said that revenue for 2010 would be around USD271m, exceeding forecasted government expenditure of USD250m. ONeal said this would be achieved by streamlining spending in the public sector and a number of revenue boosting measures including: an increase in the taxation of alcohol and tobacco; and a comprehensive review of existing taxes and fees. He also said that the payroll tax system would be revised to create a progressive structure. He declined, in the interest of "brevity", to go into more depth on possible tax measures to be introduced during the course of the year.


Remembering Dr. Cheddi Jagan

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Chief Minister of the British Virgin Islands, Ralph O'Neal wrote: "I will always treasure our fine relationship and his very sage advice given, especially during our regional meetings.


BVI Signs TIEAs With China And Ireland

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The agreements were signed by Premier and Minister of Finance, Ralph ONeal, Irelands Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Bobby McDonagh, and Chinese Deputy Commissioner of the State Administration of Taxation, Qian Guanlin.
Commenting after the signing of the agreements, ONeal remarked that they were a significant milestone in bilateral cooperation between China and the British Virgin Islands, and also with Ireland. The BVI has now signed 17 TIEAs with economically significant parties, surpassing the international standard of 12 TIEAs set by the OECD and demonstrating the territorys continuing commitment to best practices, ONeal noted.


I.T.I.O - International Trade & Investment Organisation

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Ralph O'Neal, Chief Minister and Finance Minister of the British Virgin Islands, warned the OECD that unless the SDEs were invited to participate, the OECD would face "the very real danger that the objectivity, quality and viability of the group's deliberations will be called into question and its output meet resistance rather than acceptance."
Meanwhile, Cheryl-Ann Lister, the head of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, has warned that Bermuda would not install rules not already in force throughout the OECD. "While it often seems that Bermuda's response has to be entirely driven by the various international pressures confronting us, the reality is that we continue to set our own agenda," she said.


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