British tax havens and the EU post Brexit

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Feb 21, 2018 10:48 PM 0 Answers
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As far as I understand, the Channel Islands are more or less the personal property of the British Royal House, and are member of EU's common market by proxy of UK's EU membership, as the Channel Islands themselves are not member of the EU.
I assume the Channel Islands will exit EU's common market as the UK leaves the EU.

With the Channel Islands leaving the common market, will this help the EU to fight tax avoidance via the Channel Islands?
As post-Brexit, the Channel Islands will not enjoy the EU's basic freedoms, especially free movement of capital, the EU might then be able to impose stricter measures to prevent tax evasion and other bad practices.

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