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Isle of Man Signs Tax Co-operation Agreements with Ireland 24 April 2008

The Isle of Man continues its programme of developing closer economic and taxation co-operation with other countries and has today concluded agreements with the government of Ireland.

The agreements - the first of their kind between Ireland and an international financial services centre - were signed at a ceremony in Dublin today (Thursday, April 24, 2008) by the Isle of Man’s Treasury Minister Allan Bell MHK and Ireland’s Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister) and Minister for Finance Brian Cowen TD.

A full copy of the News Release issued by Income Tax Division can be found here.

Copies of the agreements are available here.

Malcolm Couch

Assessor of Income Tax

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