The EU Council regularly reports on its relationship with Liechtenstein. In its latest report, it has also drawn a positive conclusion, announced the government in a statement. Liechtenstein performed excellently in implementing EU legislation that affects the European Economic Area (EEA), according to the report.
Meanwhile, it praised Liechtenstein’s performance in adopting the EU Securities and Markets Authority. The ministers were also pleased with the country’s progress in matters of tax cooperation. Particularly welcomed was the implementation on 1st January 2016 of the agreement between the EU and Liechtenstein on the exchange of tax information.
“Hard work over the last few years has allowed us to strengthen the foundations of our cooperation and also to generate respect and a good will. All of this is key for the sustainable success of our country, and in particular our economy,” commented government minister Aurelia Frick.