Two new ambassadors to Monaco.
Review of 2009.
The days may be getting darker, but the future's looking bright for Monaco.
Monaco signed its 12th tax agreement this morning.
Monaco has signed another Tax Information Exchange Agreement, this time in Washington.
Jean-Charles Gardetto has been elected as a new Vice President to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
Last Wednesday the Principality signed its first agreement to exchange tax information with another state.
Earlier this year the CDE of Monaco visited South Africa to develop trade relations between the two countries.
Franck Biancheri, President of the Monaco Chamber of Economic Development (CDE) led a delegation of the Principality's business leaders, representing banking and finance, consulting, frozen seafood, paper and packaging, and spa equipment design. They visited Johannesburg and Cape Town not only to establish trade partnerships and joint ventures, but also to assess the economic potential of the region.
The biennial Rencontres Internationales Monaco et la Mediterranee (RIMM) have been discussing water.
Recent changes made by European countries have paved the way for Monaco to become more transparent.