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Singapore and Latvia have signed a Protocol to amend their double tax agreement. Read Full Story
On April 13, 2017, the Ukrainian Parliament ratified its tax treaty with Malta, which provides for lower withholding tax rates on dividends, interest, and royalties. Read Full Story
New Zealand's Inland Revenue has explained proposed changes to the functioning of the Non-Resident Withholding Tax (NRWT) and Approved Issuer Levy (AIL). Read Full Story
Pakistani banks have called on the Government to extend recent corporate tax cuts to the banking sector. Read Full Story
Singapore and Ghana on March 31 signed a double tax agreement, providing for reduced withholding tax rates. Read Full Story
Russian and Japanese government representatives met in Tokyo on March 27 to begin negotiations on updating their double tax agreement. Read Full Story
The measures outlined in South Sudan's recent budget should boost annual revenue by 1.4 percent of gross domestic product, the International Monetary Fund has said. Read Full Story
Lawmakers in New Zealand have approved legislation that would improve, strengthen, and update the rules for closely held companies, non-resident withholding tax and the approved issuer levy, and the goods and services tax rules. Read Full Story
HM Revenue and Customs is planning to make its Double Taxation Treaty Passport scheme available to all UK borrowers following a consultation on a legislative amendment. Read Full Story
Changes to Switzerland's Withholding Tax Ordinance will enter into force on April 1, with the aim of facilitating group financing activities. Read Full Story
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