The government of Gibraltar has reaffirmed its willingness to share tax
information with other states as part of the global drive for tax transparency.
The declaration comes just weeks away from global leaders meeting in London
for the G20 summit. International tax transparency and co-operation is thought
to be high on the agenda.
In a written statement, the government of Gibraltar said it ‘shares the view
that international co-operation in tax matters has become increasingly
important, and will inevitably and necessarily be an ingredient of the new
financial order that will emerge in the aftermath of the current global
Gibraltar said it has concluded negotiations of the text of a tax information
exchange agreement with the US, and anticipates the agreement will be signed
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