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Netherlands Sets Out 2020 Tax Treaty Goals

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

27 January 2020


On January 20, 2020, the Dutch Ministry of Finance announced the list of countries with which the Netherlands intends to negotiate new or amended double tax treaties in 2020.

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs's quarterly overview of tax treaty negotiations, in 2020, the Netherlands will continue treaty talks with Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Curacao, Morocco, Uganda, and Portugal, among others.

The Finance Ministry said that the Government would also attempt to start or restart negotiations with Australia, Aruba, India, Israel, Mozambique, Senegal, and Thailand in 2020.

Individual and business taxpayers may submit comments on current or new tax treaty negotiations to the Finance Ministry.

TAGS: Morocco | Finance | tax | business | double tax agreement (DTA) | Belgium | Chile | India | Netherlands | Portugal | Aruba | Australia | Israel | Mozambique | Thailand | Curaçao | transfer pricing | Brazil | Senegal | Uganda | BEPS

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