Lapid meets with Canadian minister

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September 15, 2014 21:56

 
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Finance Minister Yair Lapid met with Canadian Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Minister Steven Blaney on Monday in Tel Aviv.

They signed a declaration of intent between the Canadian Border Services Agency and the Israel Tax Authority on mutual recognition of the authorized economic operator program.

“Today, we will build on our already excellent relations in a field which is strong between us, and that is our tax and customs administrations,” Lapid said. “Although customs agreements rarely grab the headlines, it is exactly this sort of cooperation that facilitates economic growth through trade.”

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