Tehya Skye VANUATU

Tehya Skye Vanuatu is locally owned evolving boutique skin care range with a holistic approach that are handmade in small batches in […] Read more»

Vanuatu and Crypto Currency

The Vanuatu Offshore Finance Centre and the country status as a tax haven, has been in slow decline over the years due to increase international regulations of Anti Money Laundering (AML) /Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CTL) driven by the International based Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Currently, Vanuatu is currently on the blacklist of the EU as a non-cooperative jurisdiction. It has remained on the blacklist despite being cleared by the FATF. One sector of the offshore finance center has seen growth in the last few years. This is the Financial Dealer Licenses issued. Read more»

FROM BLACKBIRDING TO BLACKLISTING

Which way is the European Union(EU) choosing with respect to it s unilateral, selective, subjective, and disproportionate application of its own tax, anti–money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism(AML/CFT) policies, on acutely vulnerable former European colonies? Read more»

VANUATU TURNS THE CORNER

Vanuatu has taken two big stepsforward in the past week in the ongoing attempts to mitigate and minimize the negative impacts of the COVID-19 crisis, through the arrival of the vaccines and the announcement of a stimuluspackage. These two milestones areunambiguously positive, and should be celebrated. Read more»

VANUATU ECONOMY AT THE CROSSROADS

“The reports published regarding the status of Vanuatu’s visa privileges, is nothing more than a malicious attempt to discredit Vanuatu and the work the country is undertaking, to manage and improve the structure of its highly successful Citizenship Investment Program. The article, materially and factually deficient, has achieved little traction or credibility in the mainstream media space.” Read more»

THE STATE OF BUSINESS POST COVID-19

Instead of focusing on exports as the primary market for expansion it is suggested we should be seeking to grow demand from the domestic market where possible. For example, the substitution of imported rice with local kaikai, or growing the tourism sector – one of the key customers for this sector..... Read more»

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