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India, Sweden Ink DTAA Protocol

by Mary Swire, Tax-News.com, Hong Kong

13 February 2013


India and Sweden have signed a protocol to their double tax avoidance agreement (DTAA), bringing the exchange of tax information clauses up to date.

The treaty was originally signed in 1997. Negotiations toward a protocol to amend the tax information provisions were concluded in April, 2011, and the protocol itself was signed in India late last week.

Under the protocol, banking information can be exchanged, along with information without domestic interest. The protocol also permits the use of information for non-tax purposes, if allowed under the domestic laws of both countries. Finally, officials of one country will be able to enter the other, to carry out tax examinations.

TAGS: tax | tax information exchange agreement (TIEA) | double tax agreement (DTA) | India | tax avoidance | law | banking | agreements | Sweden

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