Category: Tax treaties

European Union: Interpretation And Application Of The General Anti-Abuse Rule Of The Parent-Subsidiary Directive

''Overview of EU Member States and Switzerland'', which gives you a comprehensive overview of the current state of play on the interpretation and application of the EU Parent Subsidiary Directive general anti-abuse rule (Directive 2015/121/EU) in the EU member states and how Switzerland deals with it. ... - Continue reading

Croatia to initiate tax treaty negotiations with the United States

The government of the Republic of Croatia, on September 30, adopted a decision to initiate proceedings to conclude a convention with the United States on the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of tax evasion with respect to taxes on income. ... - Continue reading

Cyprus: European Mandatory Disclosure Regime (EU MDR) – A New Reality For Cypriot Intermediaries, Another Burden On Cypriot Taxpayers?

Mandatory disclosure rules are not something new for European Member States ("EU MS"). In fact, with the United Kingdom leading the race (from 2004), Ireland (in 2008) and then Portugal (in 2011) were the first -and only- EU MS to introduce mandatory disclosure rules in their local legislation. ... - Continue reading

Cyprus: Cyprus – Russia Double Tax Treaty

Cyprus strikes a deal on Double Tax Treaty with Russian Government The Republic of Cyprus and Russia had entered into a Double Tax Treaty (DTT) in 1998 in a joint effort to avoid the double taxing of income and capital generated in Cyprus, in order to promote the economic cooperation between the two countries. Since its introduction, the DTT has been the catalyst for Russian investment in Cyprus, being an attractive jurisdiction with regards to its tax benefits. ... - Continue reading

China’s Hong Kong, Serbia sign comprehensive avoidance of double taxation agreement

HONG KONG, Aug. 28 (Xinhua) — The government of China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has signed a comprehensive avoidance of double taxation agreement (CDTA) with Serbia, signifying the government’s sustained efforts in expanding Hong Kong’s tax treaty network, a government spokesman said Friday. The CDTA is the 44th such… – Continue reading