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LIECHTENSTEIN-TAX/
RTXCOKN
March 12, 2009
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) talks with outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler after...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein and outgoing Prime Minister Hasler attend a news conference...
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) talks with outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler after a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009. Liechtenstein agreed to ease its strict bank secrecy law by committing to international standards on tax transparency and data exchange, increasing pressure for similar concessions from other tax havens. The tiny principality, a financial centre wedged between Switzerland and Austria, is seeking to be removed from a blacklist of tax havens and will now offer bilateral tax deals for cooperating in cases of tax fraud and tax evasion. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS POLITICS ROYALS)
LIECHTENSTEIN-TAX/
RTXCOKL
March 12, 2009
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) talks with outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler after...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein and outgoing Prime Minister Hasler attend a news conference...
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) talks with outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler after a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009. Liechtenstein agreed to ease its strict bank secrecy law by committing to international standards on tax transparency and data exchange, increasing pressure for similar concessions from other tax havens. The tiny principality, a financial centre wedged between Switzerland and Austria, is seeking to be removed from a blacklist of tax havens and will now offer bilateral tax deals for cooperating in cases of tax fraud and tax evasion. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS POLITICS ROYALS)
LIECHTENSTEIN-TAX/
RTXCOKJ
March 12, 2009
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) talks with outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler after...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein and outgoing Prime Minister Hasler attend a news conference...
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) talks with outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler after a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009. Liechtenstein agreed to ease its strict bank secrecy law by committing to international standards on tax transparency and data exchange, increasing pressure for similar concessions from other tax havens. The tiny principality, a financial centre wedged between Switzerland and Austria, is seeking to be removed from a blacklist of tax havens and will now offer bilateral tax deals for cooperating in cases of tax fraud and tax evasion. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS POLITICS ROYALS)
LIECHTENSTEIN-TAX/
RTXCOKH
March 12, 2009
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler (C) and designated...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein, outgoing Prime Minister Hasler and designated Prime Minister...
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler (C) and designated Prime Minister Klaus Tschuetscher attend a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009. Liechtenstein agreed to ease its strict bank secrecy law by committing to international standards on tax transparency and data exchange, increasing pressure for similar concessions from other tax havens. The tiny principality, a financial centre wedged between Switzerland and Austria, is seeking to be removed from a blacklist of tax havens and will now offer bilateral tax deals for cooperating in cases of tax fraud and tax evasion. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (LIECHTENSTEIN BUSINESS POLITICS ROYALS)
LIECHTENSTEIN-TAX/
RTXCOJP
March 12, 2009
Liechtenstein's outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler attends a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009....
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein's outgoing Prime Minister Hasler attends a news conference in Vaduz
Liechtenstein's outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler attends a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009. Liechtenstein agreed to ease its strict bank secrecy law by committing to international standards on tax transparency and data exchange, increasing pressure for similar concessions from other tax havens. The tiny principality, a financial centre wedged between Switzerland and Austria, is seeking to be removed from a blacklist of tax havens and will now offer bilateral tax deals for cooperating in cases of tax fraud and tax evasion. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (LIECHTENSTEIN BUSINESS POLITICS HEADSHOT)
LIECHTENSTEIN-TAX/
RTXCOIY
March 12, 2009
The shadow of Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) is cast on a wall as outgoing Prime Minister...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein and outgoing Prime Minister Hasler attend a news conference...
The shadow of Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (L) is cast on a wall as outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler attends a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009. Liechtenstein agreed to ease its strict bank secrecy law by committing to international standards on tax transparency and data exchange, increasing pressure for similar concessions from other tax havens. The tiny principality, a financial centre wedged between Switzerland and Austria, is seeking to be removed from a blacklist of tax havens and will now offer bilateral tax deals for cooperating in cases of tax fraud and tax evasion. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (LIECHTENSTEIN BUSINESS POLITICS)
LIECHTENSTEIN-TAX/
RTXCOIX
March 12, 2009
Liechtenstein's outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler (L) and designated Prime Minister Klaus Tschuetscher...
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein's outgoing Prime Minister Hasler and designated Prime Minister Tschuetscher attend a news...
Liechtenstein's outgoing Prime Minister Otmar Hasler (L) and designated Prime Minister Klaus Tschuetscher attend a news conference in Vaduz March 12, 2009. Liechtenstein agreed to ease its strict bank secrecy law by committing to international standards on tax transparency and data exchange, increasing pressure for similar concessions from other tax havens. The tiny principality, a financial centre wedged between Switzerland and Austria, is seeking to be removed from a blacklist of tax havens and will now offer bilateral tax deals for cooperating in cases of tax fraud and tax evasion. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (LIECHTENSTEIN BUSINESS POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR227UR
December 03, 2008
Swiss Minister of Justice Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (R) exchanges agreement papers with Liechtenstein's...
Bern, Switzerland
Swiss Minister of Justice Widmer-Schlumpf exchanges agreement papers with Liechtenstein's Prime Minister...
Swiss Minister of Justice Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (R) exchanges agreement papers with Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler about visa cooperation after a meeting in Bern December 3, 2008. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (SWITZERLAND)
LIECHTENSTEIN-EU/
RTR1XOIB
February 28, 2008
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler holds a speech before signing a deal on border-free and police...
Brussels, Belgium
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler holds a speech before signing a deal in Brussels
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler holds a speech before signing a deal on border-free and police policy with European Union and Switzerland in Brussels February 28, 2008. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
LIECHTENSTEIN-EU/
RTR1XOHW
February 28, 2008
(L to R) Switzerland's Ambassador to the E.U Jacques de Watteville, Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar...
Brussels, Belgium
Switzerland's Ambassador de Watteville, Liechtenstein's PM Hasler, Slovenia's Interior Minister Mate...
(L to R) Switzerland's Ambassador to the E.U Jacques de Watteville, Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler, Slovenia's Interior Minister Dragutin Mate and European Justice and Security Commissioner Franco Frattini raise their glasses for a toast after signing a deal on border-free and police policy in Brussels February 28, 2008. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
LIECHTENSTEIN-EU/
RTR1XOHR
February 28, 2008
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler holds a speech before signing a deal on border-free and police...
Brussels, Belgium
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler holds a speech before signing a deal on border-free and police...
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler holds a speech before signing a deal on border-free and police policy with the European Union and Switzerland in Brussels February 28, 2008. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
LIECHTENSTEIN-EU/
RTR1XOHP
February 28, 2008
(L to R) Switzerland's Ambassador to the E.U Jacques de Watteville, Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar...
Brussels, Belgium
Switzerland's Ambassador de Watteville, Liechtenstein's PM Hasler, Slovenia's Interior Minister Mate...
(L to R) Switzerland's Ambassador to the E.U Jacques de Watteville, Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler, Slovenia's Interior Minister Dragutin Mate and European Justice and Security Commissioner Franco Frattini shake hands after signing a deal on border-free and police policy in Brussels February 28, 2008. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
LIECHTENSTEIN-EU/
RTR1XOHK
February 28, 2008
Switzerland's Ambassador to the E.U Jacques de Watteville, Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler...
Brussels, Belgium
Switzerland's Ambassador de Watteville, Liechtenstein's PM Hasler, Slovenia's Interior Minister Mate...
Switzerland's Ambassador to the E.U Jacques de Watteville, Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler (2nd L), Slovenia's Interior Minister Dragutin Mate (3rd L) and European Justice and Security Commissioner Franco Frattini (R) shake hands after signing a deal on border-free and police policy in Brussels February 28, 2008. REUTERS/Thierry Roge(BELGIUM)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBWP
February 20, 2008
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor...
Berlin, Germany
Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler attendsw a news conference in Berlin
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Merkel urged Liechtenstein on Wednesday to cooperate more with its European neighbours to combat fraud, saying she would not approve if its banks were to encourage criminal acts.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBWL
February 20, 2008
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor...
Berlin, Germany
Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler attendsw a news conference in Berlin
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Merkel urged Liechtenstein on Wednesday to cooperate more with its European neighbours to combat fraud, saying she would not approve if its banks were to encourage criminal acts.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBWJ
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler attend a news conference...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler attend a news conference in Berlin
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler attend a news conference in Berlin February 20, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Liechtenstein on Wednesday to cooperate more with its European neighbours to combat fraud, saying she would not approve if its banks were to encourage criminal acts.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBWH
February 20, 2008
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor...
Berlin, Germany
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German chancellor...
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Merkel urged Liechtenstein on Wednesday to cooperate more with its European neighbours to combat fraud, saying she would not approve if its banks were to encourage criminal acts.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBWB
February 20, 2008
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor...
Berlin, Germany
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German chancellor...
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses a news conference after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin February 20, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Liechtenstein on Wednesday to cooperate more with its European neighbours to combat fraud, saying she would not approve if its banks were to encourage criminal acts.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1XBW8
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler arrive for a news conference...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler arrive for a news conference in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler arrive for a news conference in Berlin February 20, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Liechtenstein on Wednesday to cooperate more with its European neighbours to combat fraud, saying she would not approve if its banks were to encourage criminal acts.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in
secret bank accounts in the principality. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEN/
RTR1XBW7
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler arrive for a news conference...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler arrive for a news conference in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler arrive for a news conference in Berlin February 20, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Liechtenstein on Wednesday to cooperate more with its European neighbours to combat fraud, saying she would not approve if its banks were to encourage criminal acts.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in
secret bank accounts in the principality. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBW3
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler attend a news conference...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler attend a news conference in Berlin
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler attend a news conference in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBVP
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler leave after a news...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Hasler leave after a news conference in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler leave after a news conference in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBVM
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler address the media...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Hasler address the media after talks in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler address the media after talks in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBVK
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler address the media...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Hasler address the media after talks in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler address the media after talks in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBUK
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler leave after a...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler leave after a welcome ceremony...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler leave after a welcome ceremony in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBU8
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (C) introduces the German deleagtion to Liechtenstein's Head of Government...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel introduces the German deleagtion to Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (C) introduces the German deleagtion to Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler during a welcome ceremony in Berlin, February 20, 2008.Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBU6
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler walk past media...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler walk past media during welcome ceremony in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBTY
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (front) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler listen to...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler listen to the national anthems...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (front) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler listen to the national anthems during a welcome ceremony in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1XBTV
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel awaits the Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler in Berlin February...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel awaits the Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler in Berlin
German chancellor Angela Merkel awaits the Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler in Berlin February 20, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBTU
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Angela and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBTM
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Angela and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims.REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBTF
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (front) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler listen to...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler listen to the national anthems...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (front) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler listen to the national anthems during a welcome ceremony in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBTA
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler attend a welcome...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler attend a welcome ceremony in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBT7
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler leave after a...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler leave after a welcome ceremony...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler leave after a welcome ceremony in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBT2
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) talks to Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler during the...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Merkel talks to Liechtenstein's Head of Government Hasler during the welcome ceremony...
German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) talks to Liechtenstein's Head of Government Otmar Hasler during the welcome ceremony in Berlin, February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBSX
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Angela and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in
secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-LIECHTENSTEIN/
RTR1XBSU
February 20, 2008
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour...
Berlin, Germany
German chancellor Angela and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin...
German chancellor Angela Merkel and Liechtenstein Prime Minister Otmar Hasler inspect the guard of honour in Berlin February 20, 2008. Liechtenstein has come under fire in Germany after prosecutors announced last week they were investigating hundreds of people suspected of dodging German taxes by parking money in
secret bank accounts in the principality. The probe, which has involved raids of homes and offices across Germany, has already led to the resignation of Deutsche Post Chief Executive Klaus Zumwinkel and threatens to claim other high-profile victims. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
UN SUMMIT
RTROAAF
September 16, 2005
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses the 2005 World Summit during the 60th General Assembly...
New York, USA
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses the 2005 World Summit in New York.
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler addresses the 2005 World Summit during the 60th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York September 16, 2005. The three-day U.N. summit of more than 150 world leaders wraps up Friday with the adoption of a blueprint for future multilateral action. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine HB/SA
VADUZ
RTR8027
April 13, 2005
Independent Historical Commission on Liechtenstein in the Third Reich presents its findings during a...
Vaduz, Switzerland
Independent Historical Commission on Liechtenstein in the Third Reich presents its findings ...
Independent Historical Commission on Liechtenstein in the Third Reich presents its findings during a news conference in Vaduz. (L-R) Peter Geiger, president of the Independent Historical Commission on Liechtenstein in the Third Reich, Liechtenstein's Prime Minister Otmar Hasler, and Foreign Minister Ernst Walch present the commission's findings of a four-year investigation of Liechtenstein's role in the Second World War during a news conference in Vaduz, Liechtenstein April 13, 2005. The commission, set up after the General Secretary of the World Jewish Congress accused Liechtenstein in 2000 of robbing Jews of valuables and called for sanctions against the state, concluded that the principality had done little wrong during Germany's National Socialist regime. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher
AUSTRIA LIECHTENSTEIN
RTRAD3
January 11, 2002
Austria's Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel (L) welcomes Liechtenstein's
Prime Minister Otmar Hasler in...
Vienna, Austria
CHANCELLOR SCHUESSEL WELCOMES PRIME MINISTER HASLER IN HIS OFFICE IN
VIENNA.
Austria's Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel (L) welcomes Liechtenstein's
Prime Minister Otmar Hasler in his office in Vienna January 11, 2002.
Hasler is on a official visit to Austria. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer

PR/
AUSTRIA GERMANY
RTRLXM9
August 26, 2001
FORMER GERMAN CHANCELLOR HELMUT KOHL STANDS NEXT TO E.U. COMMISSIONER
FRANZ FISCHLER AND PRIME MINISTER...
Alpbach, Austria
FORMER GERMAN CHANCELLOR HELMUT KOHL STANDS NEXT TO E.U. COMMISSIONER
FRANZ FISCHLER AND PRIME ...
FORMER GERMAN CHANCELLOR HELMUT KOHL STANDS NEXT TO E.U. COMMISSIONER
FRANZ FISCHLER AND PRIME MINISTER OF LIECHTENSTEIN OTMAR HASLER IN
ALPBACH.


Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl (L) stands next to
E.U.-Commissioner Franz Fischler (C) and Prime Minister of
Liechtenstein Otmar Hasler (R) prior to a political symposium at the
European Forum Alpbach in the small tyrolean village of Alpbach August
26, 2001. In his first public appearance since his wife Hannelore died,
Kohl will deliver a speech to the forum later this day.
AUSTRIA LIECHTENSTEIN
RTRKORZ
July 13, 2001
AUSTRIAN CHANCELLOR WOLFGANG SCHUESSEL WELCOMES THE PRIME MINISTER OF
LIECHTENSTEIN OTMAR HASLER IN...
Vienna, Austria
AUSTRIAN CHANCELLOR WOLFGANG SCHUESSEL WELCOMES THE PRIME MINISTER OF
LIECHTENSTEIN OTMAR HASLER IN...
AUSTRIAN CHANCELLOR WOLFGANG SCHUESSEL WELCOMES THE PRIME MINISTER OF
LIECHTENSTEIN OTMAR HASLER IN VIENNA.


Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel (R) welcomes the Prime Minister
of Liechtenstein Otmar Hasler (L) in his office in Vienna July 13,
2001. Hasler is on a official two day visit to Austria.
AUSTRIA LIECHTENSTEIN
RTRKORT
July 13, 2001
Austrian President Thomas Klestil (L) welcomes the Prime Minister of
Liechtenstein Otmar Hasler (R)...
Vienna, Austria
AUSTRIAN PRESIDENT THOMAS KLESTIL WELCOMES THE PRIME MINISTER OF
LIECHTENSTEIN OTMAR HASLER IN VIENNA....
Austrian President Thomas Klestil (L) welcomes the Prime Minister of
Liechtenstein Otmar Hasler (R) in historical Hofburg palace in Vienna
July 13, 2001. Hasler is on a official two day visit to Austria.

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