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Swiss move closer to ending US dispute over bank secrecy

Switzerland’s upper house of Parliament approved a draft proposal to let the country’s banks forgo secrecy laws to appease the US yesterday, but some taxpayers may fear that tax information exchange agreements (TIEA) will see information transferred beyond the US.

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