I think it's the exact same standard that is in the model convention, article 26. In our particular treaties, I think it's in article 24 in one of them; I'm not sure specifically the article in the other.
One is shorter in length than the other, but they both do the exact same thing in terms of the standard for exchange of information on request, the difference being the exchange of information agreements specifically because they typically were with jurisdictions that had less experience with exchanging information. They are more explicit about some of the rules—for example, what must be contained in a request for information, and all of that is specified. It is not specified in the same level of detail in a double taxation treaty. However, the same basic rules are there in terms of it having to be information that's foreseeably relevant, the requirement to provide that information and not use bank secrecy and domestic tax interest as a reason for not providing the information. Those are both encapsulated in the double taxation treaties, and in fact the standard is the same.