In addition to treaties primarily concerned with taxation, many treaties addressing other international issues frequently contain provisions dealing with taxation. These include the multilateral treaties dealing with diplomatic and consular relations,32
the constitution of international organisations, headquarters agreements with international organisations based in the UK and visiting forces. Unique to UK treaty practice, double tax measures relating to air transport may be found in air transportation agreements such as the agreement relating to Hong Kong and not in a separate tax treaty.33
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