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Cabinet gives nod to revised Indo-Cyprus DTAA

Cabinet gives nod to revised Indo-Cyprus DTAA

In another major step in fight against tax evasion, the Cabinet on Wednesday gave its approval to the revised DTAA between India and Cyprus that provides for source-based taxation of capital gains on transfer of shares instead of one based on residence.

India in talks with Singapore to amend DTAA provisions: CBDT

India in talks with Singapore to amend DTAA provisions: CBDT

India is renegotiating over a two-decade old tax treaty with Singapore and the revised protocol will take into account the concerns of both.

GAAR to override bilateral tax treaty provisions: Revenue Secy

GAAR to override bilateral tax treaty provisions: Revenue Secy

A day after the revision of bilateral tax treaty with Mauritius, Finance Ministry on Wednesday said GAAR provisions, which are to take effect from April next year, will override the DTAA provisions in case they are abused.


India to boost investment in Iranian oil and gas sectors

India to boost investment in Iranian oil and gas sectors

Enhancing energy cooperation and development of the Chabahar port were the centerpiece of talks which was mostly dominated by economic issues.

Mauritius in talks with India on revised DTAA

India has concerns that Mauritius, which is one of the top sources of foreign direct investments into the country, is being misused for round-tripping of funds.

Cabinet approves protocols to amend DTAA with Israel, Vietnam

India on Wednesday approved protocols amending tax pacts with Israel and Vietnam to include effective sharing of bank information, a move aimed at dealing with the menace of black money.

DTAA with Mauritius will be revised soon: Revenue Secretary

The negotiations on the double taxation avoidance agreement (DTAA) between India and Mauritius are in advanced stage and the pact would be revised soon, Finance Ministry said Thursday.

Govt submission on black money in SC 'ill-advised': Ram Jethmalani

Govt submission on black money in SC 'ill-advised': Ram Jethmalani

Slamming the NDA government for stating that it cannot disclose details of the data shared by it with foreign countries regarding black money, Rajya Sabha MP and senior lawyer Ram Jethmalani on Friday said that its recent submission in Supreme Court in the matter was "ill-advised".

Black money: Modi govt toes line of UPA; tells SC it can't disclose names

Expressing reservation on disclosing all information on account holders, the government said that the foreign countries may not give further information and it would also be difficult to get into DTAA with other nations.

India, US to intensify cooperation in tax evasion cases

India and the United States have decided to enhance cooperation for automatic exchange of information on tax evasion and detection of financial crimes, shoring up efforts to crackdown on blackmoney cases involving economic channels of the two countries.

Mauritius, India agree to 'limitation of benefit' clause

While specific details of this clause in the India-Mauritius tax treaty are being ironed out, LoB clauses are typically aimed at preventing 'treaty shopping' or inappropriate use of tax pacts by third-country investors.

Tax pact uncertainties hitting India, Mauritius alike: FSC

Expressing concerns over delay in revision of Indo-Mauritius tax treaty, the island nation's financial sector regulator says that both countries are losing because of an adverse impact of these uncertainties on the flow of investments.

India, Malta renegotiate double taxation avoidance treaty

India and Malta have renegotiated the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) to align with global norms and changes in domestic laws.

India looks forward to stop misuse of DTAA with Mauritius

India is looking forward to stop the misuse of the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) with Mauritius and come up with a revised pact which will be mutually beneficial for both sides.

India, Mauritius confident of resolving differences on DTAA

India and Mauritius on Tuesday expressed confidence over resolving their differences on Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) when the two sides meet in New Delhi next month.

Revised DTAA a win-win situation for India, Mauritius: Pranab Mukherjee

India and Mauritius on Tuesday agreed that bilateral line of credit must be used as a vehicle to realise the untapped potential in trade and economic ties and vowed to step up security cooperation, including anti-piracy operations.

India, Bhutan sign DTAA; to share banking, tax info

This is the first ever DTAA for Bhutan with any country. The treaty was signed by Finance Minister P Chidambaram and his Bhutanese counterpart Lyonpo Wangdi Norbum, on behalf of the Royal Government of Bhutan.

Status quo till DTAA with Mauritius is renegotiated: FM

On the contentious issue of Vodafone tax dispute, he said the government aims to resolve the issue and will take a view appointing conciliator.

Macedonia to sign DTAA with India soon

Macedonia will soon sign an double taxation avoidance agreement (DTAA) with India, the South European country's Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Stavreski said Tuesday.

India asks Colombia to ratify DTAA

India has asked Colombia to expedite ratification of Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) to build investors confidence on both sides.