The Commonwealth of The Bahamas today signed a [Tax Information Exchange Agreement](http://www.bfsb-bahamas.com/international/036913400.pdf) with the Argentine Republic. The Agreement was signed by Mrs. Katherine B. Smith, The Bahamas Consul General in Atlanta, on behalf of The Bahamas, while Ricardo D. Echegaray, Federal Administrator of Public Revenues, signed on behalf of Argentina.
The Consul General said, *“This level of cooperation between The Bahamas and the Argentine Republic signifies the goodwill that exists between our two countries. The Bahamas looks forward to a productive relationship with the Argentine Republic in this and other areas.”*
The Agreement is the seventh concluded by the Government of The
Bahamas, and the fourth with a member of the G-20, which incorporates the accepted international standards in respect of transparency and effective information exchange in tax matters.
See the [Tax Co-operation](http://www.bfsb-bahamas.com/international.php) Feature under News & Media for updates on The Bahamas’ Stance on International Tax Co-operation, including copies of all Agreements signed to date.