India ratified a third Protocol to its DTA with New Zealand on November 2, 2017, publishing a Notice in its Official Gazette.
New Zealand and China held a second round of DTA negotiations on August 14.
New Zealand is taking the necessary steps to bring its new DTA Protocol with India into effect, the Government said.
New Zealand aims to conclude new or updated DTAs with Norway, China, Korea, Slovak Republic, Portugal, and Fiji, the tax agency said in its updated work plan for next year.
During a meeting on June 10, 2016, New Zealand and Fiji called for the conclusion of a DTA.
The New Zealand-Samoa DTA will become fully effective from April 1, 2016.
Concessionary rates of withholding tax in the New Zealand-Samoa double tax agreement became effective on February 1.
New Zealand signed a DTA with Samoa on July 8, 2015.
A new DTA between Canada and New Zealand entered into force on June 26, 2015.
New Zealand on April 13, 2015, enacted legislation to ratify the pending DTA and two accompanying Protocols with Canada.
New Zealand on April 13, 2015, enacted legislation to terminate the 1963 DTA with Japan, effective from April 28, 2015.
New Zealand's TIEA with the Marshall Islands entered into force on April 9, 2015.
The DTA between New Zealand and Vietnam entered into force on May 7, 2014.
The DTA between New Zealand and Papua New Guinea entered into force on February 10, 2014.
The DTA signed between New Zealand and Japan on December 10, 2012, will become effective in New Zealand, for withholding taxes from January 1, 2014, and for income taxes for income years beginning on or after April 1, 2014. The agreement will be effective in Japan for all taxes from January 1, 2014.
New Zealand and Japan completed their domestic ratification procedures in respect of the DTA signed to replace their existing pact. The agreement will be effective from January 1, 2014.
New Zealand and Vietnam signed a DTA on August 5, 2013.
According to preliminary media reports on July 4, 2013, Samoa is to commence negotiations with New Zealand.
New Zealand is seeking to renegotiate its DTA with Japan, according to New Zealand parliamentary documents.
The DTA signed between Japan and New Zealand was forwarded to New Zealand's parliamentary committee for Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade on February 22, 2013, for its approval.
According to the Japanese Ministry of Finance, Japan and New Zealand signed a DTA on December 10, 2012.
New Zealand and Malaysia signed a Protocol on November 6, 2012, to add tax information exchange provisions to their existing DTA.
The government of New Zealand announced that Papua New Guinea and New Zealand signed a DTA on October 29, 2012.
Representatives from New Zealand and Samoa agreed to open negotiations towards the conclusion of a DTA in meetings during the week ending October 21, 2012.
The DTA and an accompanying Protocol signed between New Zealand and Canada was tabled before New Zealand's parliament on August 3, 2012.
New Zealand and Japan have agreed in principle to update their existing bilateral DTA, the New Zealand government announced on June 29, 2012.
New Zealand and Japan held the first round of negotiations on June 18 towards revising the DTA in place between the two countries.
The DTA signed between New Zealand and Canada on March 3, 2012, which replaces the existing DTA signed between the two countries, was forwarded to New Zealand's parliament on June 18, 2012, as part of the nation's ratification procedures.
Canada and New Zealand signed a new DTA on March 3, 2012, replacing the previous agreement dating back to 1980.
The Hong Kong tax authority has confirmed that a DTA between Hong Kong and New Zealand, signed on December 1, 2010, entered into effect on November 9, 2011.
New Zealand's Revenue Minister confirmed on August 10 that the DTA with Turkey has entered into force. The DTA will become effective for withholding taxes on January 1, 2012.
The DTA was signed on December 1, 2010 and tabled at the Hong Kong Legislative Council on May 18 for negative vetting.
On March 13, 2015, New Zealand's Minister of Revenue, Todd McClay, announced the Government's tax policy work program for 2015/16, which includes key international tax reforms aimed primarily at countering base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).