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OECD transparency peer review reports

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The OECD global forum has published 10 new peer review reports, indicating progress on compliance with the new international standard for exchange of information. Croatia and Tunisia were found to have legal frameworks in place to enable them to move to the next phase of the review process, which will assess exchange of information practices. Reviews of exchange of information practices for Botswana, El Salvador, Georgia, Kenya, Mauritania, Nigeria, Niue and Saudi Arabia allocated these states an overall rating of ‘largely compliant’.

The global forum has now completed 225 peer reviews and assigned compliance ratings to 94 jurisdictions. The first round of reviews for all member jurisdictions is expected be completed by the end of 2016. See

Issue: 1301
Categories: News