Anglin signs tax info exchange agreement in Brazil

| 21/03/2013

Rolly in rio.jpg(CNS Business): The Cayman Islands Government has finally signed a Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) with the Republic of Brazil. This is the 31st such tax greement the government has signed and the deal is expected to not only help with Cayman’s goal of increased transparency but will also help build on business relationships that are already in place. It will provide a springboard for future collaboration on areas of mutual interest that can facilitate economic growth and development in both countries, officials from the financial services ministry stated. The deal was signed in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday 19 March by Rolston Anglin, the minister responsible for the financial services sector. Read more and comment on CNS Business

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