The European Union's shock move to blacklist Mauritius for money-laundering and terrorist financing has sent investors scurrying for other markets, spreading alarm across the island's financial sector. But if private funds are running scared, European public agencies, major clients of the offshore centre, seem less distressed by the Commission's judgment. [...] (462 words)
Issue dated 16/06/2020 Reading time 2 minutes
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