Panama Negotiates Double Taxation Agreement with Mexico
Both countries will begin negotiations for a double taxation agreement on November 11th.
Friday, November 6, 2009
Panama's economy vice minister, Frank de Lima, who leads the negotiating team, has also contacted France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Holland, Switzerland, Norway, Island, Lichtenstein and England in order to negotiate double taxation agreements.
Both countries have taken steps toward signing a double taxation agreement.
The country completed 9 of 12 agreements required by the OECD to remove it from the tax haven gray-list.
This is the latest double taxation agreement signed by Panama; it has recently done the same with Belgium, Italy, Holland, Barbados, Spain and Mexico.
Starting today and until Wednesday, representatives from both countries will negotiate a Double Taxation Agreement in Panama City.
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