Antigua and Barbuda Signs TIEA With Liechtenstein


The Liechtenstein government has announced the signing of an agreement for the exchange of information in tax matters, initialled with Antigua and Barbuda in October.

The agreement, based on the OECD model, will provide, upon request, tax information exchange relating to civil tax matters, and in investigations where there is evidence of the perpetration of tax crimes.

The agreement was signed by the Ambassador of the Principality of Liechtenstein in Washington, Claudia Fritsche, and her Antiguan and Barbudan counterpart, Deborah Lovell.

According to the Liechtenstein authorities, the agreement will likely enter into force in 2010, after the two countries have concluded their individual ratification procedures.