Latest Treaty Updates: Chile

Treaty Update: Czech Republic - Chile


The DTA between the Czech Republic and Chile entered into force on December 21, 2016, the Czech Ministry of Finance said on December 27.

Treaty Update: Chile - Switzerland


Chile and Switzerland have signed an automatic tax information exchange agreement, the Swiss Government confirmed on December 6.

Treaty Update: Chile - Argentina


The new Chile-Argentina DTA will become effective from January 1, 2017, it was announced on October 17.

Treaty Update: Guernsey - Chile


According to a September 2 update from the Guernsey Government, the territory's TIEA with Guernsey entered into force on August 2.

Treaty Update: South Africa - Chile


According to a September 9 notice from the South African Revenue Service, the DTA with Chile entered into force on August 11.

Treaty Update: Guernsey - Chile


The TIEA between Guernsey and Chile entered into force on August 2, 2016.

Treaty Update: Uruguay - Chile


Uruguay and Chile concluded DTA negotiations on January 21, 2016.

Treaty Update: Czech Republic - Chile


The Czech Republic and Chile signed a DTA on December 2, 2015.

Treaty Update: Chile - Japan


Chile and Japan have agreed the wording for a new DTA, it was announced on October 19, 2015.

Treaty Update: Italy - Chile


Italy and Chile signed a DTA on October 23, 2015.

Treaty Update: Japan - Chile


Japan announced that it completed negotiations with Chile on a DTA on October 19, 2015.

Treaty Update: China - Chile


China signed a DTA with Chile on May 25, 2015.

Treaty Update: Chile - Argentina


Chile and Argentina have signed a DTA, the Chilean Ministry of Finance confirmed on April 22, 2015.

Treaty Update: Chile - Czech Republic


According to preliminary media reports, Chile and the Czech Republic will continue negotiations towards a DTA over three days beginning on April 16, 2013.

Treaty Update: Chile - Australia


The Chile-Australia DTA became effective on April 1, 2013.

Treaty Update: Australia - Chile


Australia's Embassy in Chile has confirmed the entry into force of the Australia-Chile DTA on February 8, 2013.

Treaty Update: Chile - Australia


Chile's Senate on January 8, 2012, approved the DTA and an accompanying Protocol that Chile signed with Australia on March 10, 2010. The legislation will now be scrutinized by the parliamentary Finance Committee.

Treaty Update: Australia - Chile


Chile's Chamber of Deputies, the lower house of parliament, on December 13, 2012, approved the DTA Chile signed with Australia on March 10, 2010.

Treaty Update: Chile - Austria


The Austrian government has announced that Chile and Austria signed a DTA on December 6, 2012.

Treaty Update: Chile - South Africa


According to the South African government, Chile and South Africa agreed the terms of a DTA on July 6, 2012.

Treaty Update: Chile - Argentina


Argentina notified Chile on July 1, 2012, that it wishes to terminate the bilateral DTA in place between the two countries. The agreement will be repealed on December 31, 2012.

Treaty Update: United States - Chile


On May 17, 2012, United States President Barack Obama forwarded the pending DTA signed between Chile and the United States on February 4, 2010, to the Senate as part of the ratification procedures necessary to bring the agreement into force.

Treaty Update: Netherlands - Chile


The Dutch Ministry of Finance announced on March 28 that negotiations are to resume between the Netherlands and Chile towards a DTA.

Treaty Update: Chile - Russia


According to preliminary media reports, the DTA between Russia and Chile entered into force on February 28, 2012.

Treaty Update: Russia - Chile


Russia's lower house of parliament on February 15, 2012, approved legislation that would ratify the pending DTA signed between Russia and Chile. The law must also receive approval of the Federation Council before it can enter into force.

Treaty Update: Russia - Chile


According to preliminary media reports, the Russian government ratified the DTA with Chile on July 14. The treaty was signed in November, 2004.

Treaty Update: Chile - Finland


According to Chile's Foreign Ministry, on a working visit to Finland on June 29, ministers agreed to finalise negotiations on a DTA as soon as possible.

Treaty Update: Australia - Chile


According to preliminary media reports, Australia's DTA with Chile entered into force on June 27, 2011.

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South Africa Confirms DTA With Chile In Effect 19/9/2016
According to a notice published on September 9 by the South African Revenue Service, the double taxation agreement between South Africa and Chile, which was signed on July 11, 2012, went into force on August 11, 2016.

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DTA Approvals Sent For US Senate Vote 13/11/2015
Eight tax treaties and protocols were passed forward for a ratification vote by the full US Senate at a business hearing of the Committee on Foreign Relations on November 10.

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US Administration Pushes For Swiss DTA Update Ratification 2/11/2015
Robert Stack, US Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary (International Tax Affairs), initiated a further push for ratification of the pending protocol to the US tax treaty with Switzerland at a hearing of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on October 29.

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US Business Groups Add To Calls For DTA Approvals 24/2/2015
In a February 20 letter to US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the National Foreign Trade Council and other leading business organizations urged action on pending bilateral double taxation agreements and protocols.

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US Accountants Call For DTA Approvals 11/2/2015
In a recent letter to the Committee on Foreign Relations, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants requested that the US Senate urgently approve all pending bilateral double taxation agreements and protocols.

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Mexico Praised For Tax Transparency 19/8/2014
Mexico was the only country to be rated fully compliant with international tax transparency standards out of ten jurisdictions that were issued ratings by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development on August 8, 2014.

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OECD Releases New Peer Review Reports 6/8/2014
On August 4, 2014, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purpose published peer review reports and compliance ratings for a new batch of jurisdictions.

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US Business Urges DTA Ratifications 13/6/2014
The National Foreign Trade Council has joined with other leading business organizations in sending a letter to every United States Senator calling for expeditious action on the bilateral double taxation agreements and protocols currently pending before the Senate.

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Finland, Chile Sign US FATCA Pacts 12/3/2014
On March 5, 2014, the United States signed intergovernmental agreements with Finland and Chile to implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, bringing the total of such agreements that have been signed to 24.

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Austria, Chile Sign DTA 10/12/2012
Austria’s Financial State Secretary Andreas Schieder and Chile’s Finance Minister Felipe Larrain Bascunan have recently signed a bilateral double taxation agreement between Austria and Chile.

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Chile To Ratify Australia DTA 17/9/2012
Chile's President Sebastian Pinera has committed to the ratification of his country's double tax agreement with Australia.

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Argentina Cancels Double Tax Pact With Spain 18/7/2012
The Argentine government has announced its decision to terminate the convention for the avoidance of double taxation it shares with Spain following a tax dispute with Spanish oil firm Repsol YPF.

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Argentina Terminates DTA With Chile 10/7/2012
Chilean Ambassador Alfredo Moreno has denounced Argentina's decision to terminate the 1976 double tax convention between Chile and Argentina.

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Netherlands To Extend Tax Treaty Network In South America 28/3/2012
Dutch State Secretary for Finance Frans Weekers is currently conducting a working visit to South America, with the intention of extending the country’s tax treaty network.

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Withholding Tax Cut In NZ's DTAs with Mexico, Chile 17/8/2011
Peter Dunne, New Zealand’s Minister of Revenue, has announced new lower non-resident withholding tax rates on dividends and royalty payments under New Zealand’s double tax agreements with Chile and Mexico.

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Portugal Begins New DTA Negotiations 21/6/2011
The Portuguese government is seeking to expand its tax treaty network, beginning negotiations with three new countries over the last month: Peru, Gabon and Senegal.

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Colombia, Portugal Sign DTA 6/9/2010
A double taxation agreement signed between Colombia and Portugal adds to those already concluded by Colombia with Spain, Switzerland, Chile, Canada, Mexico and South Korea.

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Swiss, Chilean DTA Enters Into Force 4/6/2010
The Swiss government has announced the entry into force of a convention for the avoidance of double taxation and fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income and assets with Chile, following the notification of ratification by the Chilean government.

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Chile Plans More Tax Agreements 30/4/2010
Chilean finance minister, Felipe Larraín, has announced that the government had begun negotiation of Tax Information Exchange Agreements with a series of low-tax jurisdictions as a way of combating tax evasion.

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Hong Kong Property Taxes Reviewed 16/3/2010
Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary, John C Tsang, made the traditional post-budget speech at the Joint Business Community Luncheon on March 12 and, in particular, reviewed the tax measures taken to increase the transaction cost of property speculation so as to reduce the risk of a property bubble being created.

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NZ Emissions 'Tax' Attacked 15/3/2010
The ACT New Zealand Party, a member of the country’s present coalition government, has continued its opposition to New Zealand’s new carbon emissions trading scheme, calling it a tax that will increase inflation in the economy.

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Orascom Loses Algerian Tax Appeal 12/3/2010
Egyptian telecom company, Orascom Telecom, has announced that its Algerian subsidiary, Orascom Telecom Algérie, has received a rejection to its appeal, made in December last year, against the notice for taxes and penalties it had received from the Algerian tax authorities the month previously.

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Switzerland, Slovakia Initial Revised DTA 12/3/2010
It has recently emerged that Switzerland and Slovakia have initialled a revised bilateral double taxation agreement, containing the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s standard on tax information exchange.

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UK Budget To Hit The Rich 12/3/2010
Wealthy individuals may have less than two weeks to put plans in place to reduce the tax impact of the Chancellor’s pre-election Budget, warns PKF Accountants and business advisers.

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BVI To Review Taxes And Fees 15/3/2010
British Virgin Islands Prime Minister, Ralph O’Neal has said that the territory will run a budget surplus during 2010, although the government still intends to review indirect taxes and fees on financial services.

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