Panama through the Vice President and Foreign Minister Isabel De Saint Malo, requested the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) enter a convention of this organization for the exchange of tax information.
Saint Malo sent a note to the president of the Global Forum, Angel Gurria, in which Panama expressed interest in joining the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (MAC for its initials in English).
The document sent by the Chancellor said: “In order to strengthen its commitment to maintain its platform consonant services with international standards and requirements.”
The OECD recently criticized the financial system in Panama after will be published in April called “Panama papers”, an investigation that revealed as the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, offshore companies were created around the world, where supposedly some them to evade taxes.
After the scandal France returned to Panama include a list of tax havens. OECD accused Panama of not carrying out actions against money laundering.
The Panamanian government has announced a series of reforms to combat money laundering.
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