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Athens News Agency: News in English, 06-07-07

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Greece, Iceland sign double tax avoidance pact

  • [01] Greece, Iceland sign double tax avoidance pact

    Greece and Iceland on Friday signed an agreement for the avoidance of double taxation, during President Karolos Papoulias' ongoing visit to Reykjavik.

    The signature of the accord marks the end of the official leg of a four-day visit to Iceland by the Greek president, who arrived in Reykjavik on Wednesday night.

    The agreement, signed by Greek Deputy Foreign Minister Theodoros Kassimis and Iceland's minister of foreign affairs and external trade Valgerdur Sverrisdottir, aims to jumpstart bilateral economic relations between the two countries.

    Kassimis, who accompanied the president to Iceland, is due to depart on a three-day visit to Munich immediately upon his return Greece.

    The political will to expand cooperation in a number of areas between Greece and Iceland was confirmed during a meeting earlier on Friday between Papoulias and Iceland's Prime Minister Geir Haarde.

    According to Haarde, Greece and Iceland enjoy excellent relations without difficulties that could be further developed in investments and tourism. The prospects for boosting relations between Greece and Iceland were also discussed in talks between Papoulias and Iceland President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson on Thursday.

    Continuing his visit to Iceland, Papoulias is due to visit an exhibition of manuscripts at the Reykjavik arts centre and tour the Thingvellir - Iceland's first Parliament building - the Gullfoss Falls and the Icelandic geysers. Papoulias is due back in Athens on Saturday night.

    Caption: Greek President Papoulias, right, with Iceland's Grimsson on Thursday, July 7, 2006. ANA-MPA / V. Vardoulakis.


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