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Japan has struck basic agreements with Switzerland and Bermuda to exchange information on tax matters, signaling a strong commitment to improving regulation and preventing a repeat of the financial and economic crisis that struck in 2008, Finance Ministry officials said Friday.

With Switzerland, Japan already has a tax treaty that helps to avoid double taxation and reduces taxation on investment income.

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