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Monaco signs with Argentina

16-10-2009-


Continuing its cooperation policy, Monaco signs today with Argentina


On Tuesday 13th October at 11 a.m., H.E. Mr Franck Biancheri, Government Counsellor for External Relations and for International Economic and Financial Affairs and Mr Ricardo D. Echegaray, the head of the Argentinian Federal Administration of Public Finance signed a cooperation agreement concerning tax affairs.

H.E. Mr Franck Biancheri was delighted about the signing: “We are very happy to have concluded this agreement with Argentina, which confirms our commitment to comply with the recommendations of international bodies."

Agreements signed to date:

Andorra,
Argentina,
Austria,
Bahamas,
Belgium,
United States of America,
France,
Liechtenstein,
Luxembourg,
Qatar,
Samoa,
San Marino,
Saint Kitts



Information: Department of External Relations

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