Switzerland, US signed treaty on sharing tax evader information

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On September 23, 2009, the US and Switzerland signed a treaty to increase the amount of information shared between the two nations on would-be tax evaders. The Swiss Federal Assembly later approved the treaty in June allowing Swiss bank UBS to disclose account information of clients suspected by the US government of tax evasion.


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