Malta and Curaao have signed a DTA, the Maltese Government announced on November 18.
Both houses of the Netherlands's Parliament have now approved new DTA arrangements with Curacao, after the upper house's approval of the deal on September 29.
According to preliminary media reports, an agreement providing for new double tax avoidance arrangements was approved by the Dutch lower house of parliament on September 10, 2015.
A new arrangement for the avoidance of double taxation between the Netherlands and Curacao was forwarded to Dutch parliament for its approval on June 10, 2014.
The Netherlands and Curacao have agreed a new framework to prevent double taxation. Curacao became a territory independent of the Netherlands in November 2010. A law, to bring the agreement into effect from January 1, 2015, has been forwarded to the Dutch Council of Ministers.
Representatives from Malta and Curacao have initialled a double tax agreement.
The Colombian government has announced that Colombia and Curacao signed a TIEA on February 4, 2013.
Curacao and Colombia have committed to negotiations towards the conclusion of a bilateral TIEA, according to a statement from the Curacao International Financial Services Association.
According to an announcement by the Dutch Ministry of Finance on December 12, 2011, authorities from Curacao and the Netherlands have agreed to a draft DTA.
The UK government began its legislative process for its TIEA with Curaao (the former Netherlands Antilles islands) on June 28, 2011. The TIEA broadly follows the OECD model convention, and provides for the exchange of tax information upon request. The TIEA will enter into force on the first day of the second month after the later of the two countries to complete its legislative procedures has done so.