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Treaties of the week - September 23 2013

Type of Agreement

Country

Country

Date Signed

Tax Information Exchange Agreement

Guernsey

Hungary

September 11 2013

Tax Information Exchange Agreement

Guernsey

Switzerland

September 11 2013

Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (Protocol)

Bahrain

China

September 16 2013

Tax Information Exchange Agreement

Jersey

Switzerland

September 16 2013

Tax Information Exchange Agreement

Isle of Man

Italy

September 17 2013

Tax Information Exchange Agreement

Isle of Man

Lesotho

September 17 2013

Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement

India

Latvia

September 18 2013

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