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Latest Treaty Updates: Slovenia

Kazakhstan - Slovenia


Kazakhstan's Senate on December 29, 2016, ratified the new DTA with Slovenia.

Japan - Slovenia


Japan and Slovenia have signed a DTA, the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on September 30.

Seychelles - Slovenia


The Seychelles and Slovenia are negotiating a DTA, the Seychelles Government announced on May 18, 2016.

Morocco - Slovenia


Morocco and Slovenia signed a DTA on April 6.

Slovenia - Iran


According to preliminary media reports, Slovenia ratified the DTA with Iran on March 6, 2014.

Jersey - Slovenia


Jersey ratified the TIEA the nation signed with Slovenia on February 4, 2014.

Jersey - Slovenia


A law to ratify the TIEA signed between Jersey and Slovenia was tabled before Jersey's parliament for its approval on December 23, 2013.

Jersey - Slovenia


Jersey and Slovenia signed a TIEA on November 28, 2013.

Austria - Slovenia


Austria has completed its domestic ratification procedures in respect of the DTA and an accompanying Protocol signed with Slovenia, publishing a notice in its Official Gazette on November 26, 2013.

Uzbekistan - Slovenia


Uzbekistan's President, Islam Karimov, on November 1, 2013, endorsed the DTA signed with Slovenia completing part of the nation's domestic ratification procedures.

United Arab Emirates - Slovenia


The United Arab Emirates and Slovenia signed a double tax agreement at an IMF-World Bank meeting, UAE authorities confirmed on October 13, 2013.

Slovenia - Georgia


According to preliminary media reports, the Government of Slovenia on June 20, 2013, approved a law that would ratify the pending DTA signed with Georgia.

Kazakhstan - Slovenia


Kazakhstan and Slovenia have agreed a draft DTA the nations intend to sign by the end of the year, it was announced on June 13, 2013.

Slovenia - Kosovo


The Government of Slovenia has approved the signature of the DTA negotiated with Kosovo in January 2013.

Slovenia - Switzerland


According to preliminary media reports, Slovenia's parliament on March 7, 2013, ratified the DTA Protocol the nation signed with Switzerland.

Slovenia - Uzbekistan


According to preliminary media reports, Slovenia and Uzbekistan signed a DTA on February 11, 2013.

Georgia - Slovenia


Georgia's Ministry for Foreign Affairs on December 7, 2012, confirmed the signing of a DTA between Georgia and Slovenia.

Slovenia - Isle of Man


The Isle of Man government has confirmed that two agreements with Slovenia - a DTA and a TIEA, entered into force on August 31, 2012.

Slovenia - Switzerland


Switzerland and Slovenia signed a protocol on September 7 to amend the DTA in the area of taxes on income and capital. It also contains provisions on the exchange of information in accordance with the international standard.

Slovenia - Switzerland


The Slovenian Ministry of Finance on August 23, 2012, confirmed that the government had adopted a decision to sign the Protocol negotiated with Switzerland to update the two nations' 1996 DTA.

Iran - Slovenia


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ratified the DTA signed between Iran and Slovenia on July 9, 2012, following approval by the nation's parliament and Guardian Council.

Slovenia - Various


According to preliminary media reports, Slovenia's government on June 21, 2012, approved a law that would ratify the pending DTAs the nation signed with Iceland and Azerbaijan.

Austria - Slovenia


According to preliminary media reports, on April 26, 2012, Slovenia's parliament ratified the pending Protocol signed between Slovenia and Austria on October 7, 2011, to amend their 1997 DTA.

Austria - Slovenia


According to preliminary media reports, Austria's parliament on March 15, 2012, approved a Protocol to the Austria-Slovenia DTA, which adds tax information exchange provisions.

Netherlands - Slovenia


According to preliminary media reports, the Netherlands and Slovenia signed a TIEA on January 17, 2012.

Azerbaijan - Slovenia


The pending DTA between Azerbaijan and Slovenia was ratified by the Azerbaijani parliament on September 30, 2011.

Slovenia - Austria


The Slovenian government has announced the signing of a Protocol to the 1999 DTA between Slovenia and Austria to add provisions for the exchange of tax information.

Guernsey - Slovenia


According to preliminary media reports, a TIEA was signed between Guernsey and Slovenia on September 27, 2011.

Kosovo - Slovenia


Kosovo's Ministry of Finance has said that, during a recent visit to Slovenia, ministers agreed to proceed with the signature of a DTA.

Isle of Man - Slovenia


According to the Isle of Man government, a TIEA with Slovenia was signed on June 27, 2011.

Slovenia - Luxembourg


According to the Slovenian Finance Ministry, the government discussed with the Luxembourg government on June 23, 2011 a proposal to amend the 2001 DTA. The Ministry says that Luxembourg proposed that a Protocol be added to provide for a new exchange of tax information article. The Protocol will provide for the exchange of information on all taxes, apply to both residents and non-residents of each state, and enforce rules on the exchange of information on banking and other financial institutions.

Azerbaijan - Slovenia


The Azerbaijani President's Office announced on June 9 that the DTA relating to taxes on income and property had been signed.

Azerbaijan - Slovenia


Slovenia - Singapore


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