The Federal Council`s decision is implemented within the framework of bilateral double taxation agreements. Greater information exchange will only have a practical effect if the renegotiated agreements come into force. In addition, adjustments must be made to the agreement with the EU on the taxation of savings. Switzerland has also signed tax information agreements with ten countries to exchange tax information between Switzerland and the countries concerned. Here are some of the countries that have double taxation agreements with Switzerland: Israel and Switzerland are both preparing a new and modified DTT, which are most likely affected by the MLI in any reflection on their mode of war, but it is clear that both countries tend to retain their tax rights , as has been the case to date, either by the DTT or by the MLI`s reserves. that allowed them to do so. to maintain control of the tax base as it was. The difference that could be argued between the two countries is that, although Switzerland is trying to use the MLI as an instrument to keep in tune with the rest of the OECD and the signatories, the MLI is an important step for Switzerland on its way, while Israel is using the MLI to increase its ability to levy real taxes on its tax residents that are in line with its accession to previous treaties. like AOEI and others. On 2 July 2003, Israel and Switzerland signed a double taxation agreement and applied it retroactively to 1 January 2002, based on the OECD contract model. As noted above, both countries have signed, ratified and submitted their LMLs to the OECD and, although they are both signatories to the MLI and are part of a double taxation convention that has been in force for more than 17 years, the two countries have not chosen to amend their tax treaty accordingly. In order to avoid double taxation for businesses, Switzerland has signed double taxation agreements with most industrialized countries, including the United States and The European Union. Switzerland applies organisation for economic co-operation and development (OECD) standards for its double taxation conventions.