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Black money: Mauritius takes fresh steps to address round-tripping concerns

As a revision to the Indo-Mauritius tax treaty hangs in balance, the financial sector watchdog of the island nation has said its fresh conditions for grant of tax residency certificates will help address India's concerns on suspected round tripping of funds.

Mauritius yet to agree on tax treaty revision: Arun Jaitley

Government on Tuesday said Mauritius is yet to agree to certain proposals to the long pending revision of bilateral tax treaty.

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.

Par panel for early revision of Indo-Mauritius tax treaty

Concerned over delay in conclusion of revised tax treaty with Mauritius, a Parliamentary Panel Tuesday said the Finance Ministry should vigorously pursue the matter in coordination with External Affairs Ministry.

Mauritius has gone 'extra mile' for India tax treaty: Minister

Hopeful of reaching an agreement soon on the long-pending revision of tax treaty with India, Mauritius says it has gone 'extra mile' to ensure that the pact does not get misused for illicit activities like money laundering and round-tripping of funds.

Mauritius unwilling to review DTAC: Govt

The government on Tuesday said unwillingness on the part of the island nation is delaying the revision of the Indo-Mauritius double tax avoidance treaty.

India for capital gains tax rights on investment from Mauritius

Concerned over misuse of the Indo-Mauritius tax treaty, a Finance Ministry official has said India will press for its right to tax capital gains at the ongoing talks for revision of the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA).