Switzerland and Singapore agree to exchange of tax information but mistrust ensues
In May, both Switzerland and Singapore, often associated with banking secrecy, signed an OECD declaration agreeing to automatically exchange tax information. The countries’ willingness to sign the document has been seen as a victory for the OECD. However, there is still a strong sense of mistrust among adoptees.
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