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No. The power to make agreements with foreign powers is reserved for the Federal government.

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No. Chicago is a city in Illinois and Illinois is only one of 50 states. A treaty is between nations not cities or states.

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What is a treatie shopping?

Treaty shopping" generally refers to a situation where a person, who is resident in one country (say the "home" country) and who earns income or capital gains from another country (say the "source" country), is able to benefit from a tax treaty between the source country and yet another country (say the "third" country).

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