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Isle of Man hosts annual Inter-Island meeting 2 July 2008

The annual Inter-Island meeting between the British Crown Dependencies took place on Monday (June 30, 2008) in Douglas.

Chief Minister Tony Brown MHK welcomed representatives from Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney to the meeting, which discussed a range of issues of mutual interest including tax information exchange agreements, IMF visits and renewable energy.

Attendees included: from the Isle of Man, the Chief Minister and Treasury Minister Allan Bell MHK; from Jersey, Senator Terry Le Sueur, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Treasury and Resources; from Guernsey, Chief Minister Deputy Lyndon Trott and Deputy Chief Minister Deputy Bernard Flouquet; and from Alderney, President Sir Norman Browse and Richard Willmott, Chairman of the Policy and Finance Committee.

Mr Brown commented:

‘Each of the Crown Dependencies has a distinct identity but we have much in common. The annual Inter-Island meeting is a useful opportunity to share views and experiences, and to learn from each other.’

The Inter-Island meeting took place last year in Jersey.

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