Pope Francis changes his skull cap during the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican June 10, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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The Vatican formally committed Wednesday to share the tax information of U.S. citizens with the United States in its latest move to improve the reputation of its scandal-marred bank and crack down on tax cheats.Vatican and U.S. officials signed an agreement in which the Holy See committed to comply with a 2010 U.S. law designed to encourage -- some say force -- foreign financial institutions to share information about U.S. account holders with U.S. tax authorities.It's not known how many U.S. citizens have accounts at the Vatican bank, but the number represents a fraction of the 15,181 account-holders.
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