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Cayman Islands signs TIEA with Mexico

September 6, 2010  
Filed under Treaty News

The government of the Cayman Islands has signed its twentieth tax agreement with Mexico. The Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) became legally binding on August 28 after the document was exchanged by courier.

It was signed by the Cayman Islands’ Prime Minister, McKeeva Bush, who is also the country’s Finance Minister and Mexico’s Finance and Public Credit Minister, Javier Cordero Arroyo.

“This agreement also signifies a new chapter in the working relationship between Mexico and the Cayman Islands, encouraging further economic development and improved relations” said Bush.

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