Latest Treaty Updates: Mauritius

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Sudan


According to preliminary media reports, Mauritius has newly indicated that it is negotiating a DTA with North Sudan.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - India


Mauritius and India held two days of meetings, concluding on June 30, 2015, on a draft Protocol put forward by Mauritius to amend their DTA.

Treaty Update: South Africa - Mauritius


South Africa completed its domestic ratification procedures in respect of the DTA with Mauritius on June 17, 2015, publishing a notification in its Official Gazette. The DTA entered into force on May 28, 2015, and it will be effective from January 1, 2016.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Swaziland


Mauritius signed a renegotiated DTA with Swaziland on November 11, 2014.

Treaty Update: Congo, Republic of the - Mauritius


According to preliminary media reports, the DTA between the Republic of the Congo and Mauritius entered into force on October 8, 2014.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Malta


Mauritius and Malta signed a DTA on October 15, 2014.

Treaty Update: Congo, Republic of the - Mauritius


According to preliminary media reports, the Republic of Congo completed its domestic ratification procedures on August 7, 2014, in respect of the DTA signed with Mauritius.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Rwanda


The DTA between Mauritius and Rwanda entered into force on August 4, 2014.

Treaty Update: Guernsey - Mauritius


The DTA signed between Guernsey and Mauritius on December 17, 2013, will become effective on July 27, 2014.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Ghana


Mauritius and Ghana agreed to launch negotiations towards a DTA on May 22, 2014.

Treaty Update: Luxembourg - Mauritius


According to preliminary media reports, Luxembourg and Mauritius signed a DTA Protocol on January 28, 2014.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - United States


Mauritius and the United States signed a TIEA and an inter-governmental agreement on December 27, 2013.

Treaty Update: Rwanda - Mauritius


The new DTA signed between Rwanda and Mauritius was forwarded to Rwanda's parliament during the week ending November 10, 2013, for ratification, Rwanda's embassy in Kenya has reported.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Zambia


Mauritius has reported successful negotiations towards a DTA with Zambia during a five-day process, which concluded on September 27, 2013. At the conclusion of the meetings, the two parties agreed to soon sign and ratify the agreed pact.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Guernsey


Guernsey and Mauritius commenced negotiations towards a DTA during three-day meetings concluding on August 14, 2013.

Treaty Update: Gabon - Mauritius


Gabon and Mauritius signed a DTA on July 18, 2013.

Treaty Update: Guernsey - Mauritius


The TIEA Guernsey signed with Mauritius on February 6, 2013, will enter into force on July 5, 2013.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Nigeria


Mauritius and Nigeria signed two Protocols to amend their DTA on the sidelines of the 23rd World Economic Forum on Africa, concluding on May 10, 2013.

Treaty Update: Monaco - Mauritius


Monaco and Mauritius signed a DTA during a series of meetings during the weekend ending April 14, 2013, the Mauritius Government confirmed on April 17, 2013.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Turkey


Turkey and Mauritius agreed to open negotiations towards a DTA at a meeting on February 7, 2013.

Treaty Update: India - Mauritius


The Indian government confirmed on January 9, 2013, that officials from India and Mauritius will reconvene to negotiate amendments to Indo-Mauritius DTA in February.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Egypt


Representatives from Egypt and Mauritius signed a DTA on December 19, 2012.

Treaty Update: Nigeria - Mauritius


Mauritius's investment promotion agency has announced that Nigeria and Mauritius signed a DTA on August 10, 2012.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Various


The government of Mauritius on June 8, 2012, confirmed that DTA negotiations have recently been finalized with Gabon and Nigeria.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Denmark


According to preliminary media reports, the TIEA signed between Mauritius and Denmark entered into force on June 1, 2012.

Treaty Update: Finland - Mauritius


According to preliminary media reports, on May 11, 2012, Finland's parliament ratified the pending TIEA the signed with Mauritius.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Norway


According to preliminary media reports, the TIEA signed between Norway and Mauritius in December 2011, is to enter into force on May 18, 2012.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Kenya


Kenya and Mauritius signed a DTA on May 7, 2012.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Luxembourg


According to Luxembourg's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mauritius and Luxembourg initialled a DTA Protocol on April 4, 2012.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Various


According to the OECD, Mauritius signed TIEAs on December 1, 2011, with the Nordic countries, Iceland, Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland and Norway.

Treaty Update: Bangladesh - Mauritius


According to preliminary media reports, on November 17 Bangladesh's Cabinet approved and forwarded to parliament a draft law that would ratify the DTA signed between Bangladesh and Mauritius.

Treaty Update: Italy - Mauritius


Italy's Cabinet on November 25, 2011, approved a law that would ratify the DTA between Italy and Mauritius.

Treaty Update: Mauritius - Germany


According to preliminary media reports, Germany and Mauritius signed a DTA and an accompanying protocol on October 7, 2011.

Treaty Update: United Kingdom - Mauritius


The Protocol to add tax information exchange provisions to the existing DTA between the United Kingdom and Mauritius entered into force on October 13, 2011 and has effect from the same date.

Treaty Update: United Kingdom - Mauritius


The UK has begun the legislative process to give effect to a Protocol to its existing DTA with Mauritius. The Protocol updates the exchange of information article, to bring the treaty into line with the OECD Model Convention.

Treaty Update: France - Mauritius


According to preliminary media reports, France and Mauritius have signed a Protocol amending their existing DTA. The DTA was signed December 11, 1980, and the Protocol was signed June 23, 2011.

Treaty Update: France - Mauritius


According to media reports, Mauritius and France signed a protocol on June 23, 2011, to amend the existing Double Tax Agreement the two countries share, to incorporate OECD-model provisions to establish a framework to exchange tax data.

Treaty Update: India - Mauritius


According to media reports, Mauritius has agreed to hold negotiations on amending the existing DTA.

Treaty Update: India - Mauritius


According to media reports, Mauritius has agreed to hold negotiations on amending the existing DTA.

Treaty Update: United Kingdom - Mauritius


The Protocol updates the exchange of information article to bring it into line with current OECD standards.

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South Africa Ratifies Tax Treaty With Mauritius 24/6/2015
The South African Treasury has noted the entry into force of a new double tax agreement with Mauritius, which was published in the Official Gazette on June 17, 2015.

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India Responds To Mauritian Tax Proposals 29/8/2013
The Indian Government sent its Mauritian counterpart "detailed comments" on the latest proposed changes to their double tax agreement as long ago as May, it has emerged.

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Mauritius Awaiting Indian Response To DTA Proposals 9/7/2013
The Mauritian Foreign Affairs Minister has said that the Government is prepared to "walk the extra mile" to conclude the long-running saga over its double tax agreement with India.

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South Africa, Mauritius DTA Revisions Could Catch Out Multinationals 30/5/2013
According to Johan Hatting, PricewaterhouseCoopers' senior international tax manager, the revised double taxation agreement between South Africa and Mauritius, which was signed on May 17 this year and should, from January 1, 2015, replace the original treaty signed in July 1996, could prove problematic for South African multinationals.

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India Comments On Income Tax Overseas Units 30/4/2013
The Indian Minister of State for Finance has offered an update on the work of Income Tax Overseas Units, set up as part of a broader effort to unearth so-called "black money."

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Guernsey Signs Three Tax Cooperation Pacts 11/2/2013
Guernsey's Chief Minister, Peter Harwood, has signed a double taxation agreement with Singapore's High Commissioner, Thambynathan Jasudasen, and a further two bilateral tax information exchange agreements with Brazil and Mauritius, whilst in London for a series of meetings.

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Working Group To Discuss India, Mauritius DTA 14/1/2013
A joint working group is set to meet next month to discuss the double tax agreement between India and Mauritius, which, India has long complained, allows investors to avoid Indian taxes to an unacceptable degree.

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Mauritius To Amend Tax Residency Certificates 26/10/2012
Following more stringent requirements set out by the Indian government, Mauritius is likely to revise the format of its Tax Residency Certificate as a means to ensure continuing effectiveness of the tax treaty between Mauritius and India.

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OECD Clarifies Model DTA Interpretation 24/10/2012
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has released for consultation two updated draft discussion papers to clarify the interpretation of 'beneficial ownership' and 'permanent establishment' used by tax authorities to assess in which nation, and at what rates, corporates should be liable to withholding taxes on prescribed passive income received from cross-border economic activity covered by an OECD model double tax agreement.

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Mauritius, Luxembourg Initial Revised DTA 13/4/2012
Luxembourg’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Jean Asselborn has recently conducted a working visit to the island of Mauritius, with the main aim of deepening existing relations, and in particular bilateral economic ties, with the visit culminating in the initialling of a revised bilateral double taxation agreement between the two countries.

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COMESA Pushes For DTAs Between Member States 14/2/2012
Earlier this month, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa held a three-day forum in Lusaka which attracted officials from its member states who are involved in negotiating double taxation agreements.

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The Seychelles Adds Guernsey TIEA 3/1/2012
The Seychelles has noted the signing of a Tax Information Exchange Agreement with Guernsey as a significant step in boosting bilateral relations between the two territories.

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Indian Ruling Undermines Mauritian DTA 11/8/2011
A ruling from the Mumbai High Court has cast into doubt the use of structures in Mauritius to mitigate tax paid in India.

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India And Mauritius Resume Tax Talks 27/6/2011
India and Mauritius have agreed to further discuss the double tax avoidance treaty that currently exists between the two countries, with the aim of making revisions to the agreement.

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India Seeks More Tax Information From Mauritius 23/4/2011
The Indian Finance Ministry has written to the government of Mauritius requesting that additional clauses be added to their double taxation agreement enabling more information to be exchanged for tax purposes.

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Mauritius, UK, Sign Revised DTA 13/1/2011
Mauritian Finance Minister Pravind Jugnauth and Britain’s High Commissioner in Mauritius Nick Leake have recently signed a protocol amending the existing bilateral double taxation agreement in place between the two countries.

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India Presses Mauritius To Renegotiate Treaty 25/5/2010
The Indian government would like to see an end to the provision in the India-Mauritius tax treaty which provides that capital gains from sale of securities in India can only be taxed in Mauritius.

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Indian Ruling Backs Mauritius Tax Treaty 25/3/2010
After a long running dispute on the incidence of capital gains tax, the Indian Authority for Advance Rulings has issued a ruling which maintains the validity of Article 13 (4) of the India Mauritius double taxation treaty on exemption from capital gains tax normally payable in India.

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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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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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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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Jersey Riding Out Onshore Storm 15/3/2010
Jersey will overcome the evolving challenges being faced by offshore international financial centres, Geoff Cook, Chief Executive of Jersey Finance, told participants at a Breakfast Briefing in London.

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OECD Urges Fiscal Policy Shift 12/3/2010
Governments must now gear their economies towards jobs, international competitiveness and increasing the tax-take, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has said in its latest ‘Going for Growth’ report, analyzing the next step for recovering economies.

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