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(E) Spain and Croatia sign tax deal
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  07/5/2005 | Business | Unrated
(E) Spain and Croatia sign tax deal


Spain and Croatia sign tax deal

Croatia and Spain recently signed a deal on avoiding double taxation, a move expected to strengthen the two countries’ bilateral cooperation.

The agreement was signed by the Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos and his Croatian counterpart Kolinda Grabar- Kitarovic. Zagreb was Moratinos’ last stop on a Balkan tour which also took in Bosnia and Serbia. Moratinos said that the Spanish government wants close cooperation with Croatia, and moreover, wants to help Croatia on its path towards European Union membership.

In March the EU decided not to start accession talks with Croatia because of Zagreb’s failure to extradite former army general Ante Gotovina, whom the UN war crimes tribunal has charged with war crimes. “We are convinced that Croatia will be able to remove the last obstacles,� Moratinos told reporters in Zagreb.

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