On 7 April, Accountancy Daily reported that the OEC had released 8 new reports assessing compliance with the international standard on transparency and exchange of information on request. Brunei Darussalam, Macau (China) and Switzerland – received an overall rating of “Largely Compliant”. The overall rating of Barbados and the Seychelles was downgraded from “Largely Compliant” to “Partially Compliant” since their last reviews, highlighting some significant deficiencies. Liberia, Peru and Tunisia – undergoing their first full peer reviews as only their legal framework had been reviewed so far – saw Liberia rated as “Partially Compliant” while Peru and Tunisia both obtained a “Largely Compliant”.
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