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Latest Treaty Updates: Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan - United Arab Emirates


Turkmenistan and the United Arab Emirates signed a DTA Protocol on March 15, 2018.

Finland - Turkmenistan


A DTA between Finland and Turkmenistan entered into force on February 10, 2017.

United Kingdom - Turkmenistan


The UK on September 14, 2016, published draft legislation to bring the DTA with Turkmenistan into force.

Luxembourg - Turkmenistan


According to preliminary media reports, Luxembourg and Turkmenistan have agreed to begin DTA negotiations.

Turkmenistan - Czech Republic


According to preliminary media reports, Turkmenistan has ratified its DTA with the Czech Republic.

Hungary - Turkmenistan


Hungary and Turkmenistan signed a DTA on June 1.

Turkmenistan - United Kingdom


Turkmenistan and the UK have signed a DTA, it was announced on June 10, 2016.

Turkmenistan - Hungary


Turkmenistan confirmed on July 7 that it had signed a DTA with Hungary.

Turkey - Turkmenistan


Turkey and Turkmenistan concluded a first round of DTA negotiations on January 22, 2016.

Turkmenistan - Korea, South


According to preliminary reports, Turkmenistan's Parliament has approved legislation to ratify the DTA signed with South Korea.

Ireland - Turkmenistan


According to a recent update from the Irish revenue authority, Ireland and Turkmenistan will soon sign a DTA after concluding DTA negotiations.

Turkmenistan - Austria


The Government of Turkmenistan on May 12, 2015, confirmed the recent signature of a DTA with Austria.

Switzerland - Turkmenistan


The new DTA signed between Switzerland and Turkmenistan entered into force on December 11, 2013, and will become effective in Switzerland from January 1, 2014.

Turkmenistan - Moldova


Turkmenistan and Moldova signed a DTA on July 24, 2013.

Turkmenistan - Switzerland


Turkmenistan's parliament on March 2, 2013, approved a law that would ratify the pending DTA with Switzerland.

Estonia - Turkmenistan


According to preliminary media reports, on February 13, 2013, Estonia ratified the DTA the nation signed with Turkmenistan

Latvia - Turkmenistan


According to preliminary media reports, the DTA signed between Latvia and Turkmenistan entered into force on December 4, 2012.

Turkmenistan - Belarus


According to preliminary media reports Turkmenistan and Belarus signed a Protocol to amend their existing 2001 DTA on November 21, 2012.

Belarus - Turkmenistan


According to preliminary media reports, Belarus's President, Aleksander Lukashenko approved a draft Protocol to amend the nation's DTA with Turkmenistan on October 25, 2012.

Turkmenistan - Switzerland


Switzerland and Turkmenistan signed a DTA on October 8, 2012.

Latvia - Turkmenistan


Latvia and Turkmenistan signed a DTA on September 11, 2012.

Turkmenistan - Estonia


Turkmenistan's President on July 16, 2012, approved the DTA signed between Turkmenistan and Estonia.

Bahrain - Turkmenistan


Bahrain's King, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa on February 6, 2012, approved the DTA signed between Bahrain and Turkmenistan on February 9, 2011, according to the Bahraini state news agency.

Bahrain - Turkmenistan


According to preliminary media reports, Bahrain's Upper House approved a law on January 2, 2012, that would ratify the pending DTA between Turkmenistan and Bahrain.

Bahrain - Turkmenistan


Bahrain state media on January 2, 2011, reported that Bahrain's Council has endorsed the DTA signed between Turkmenistan and Bahrain, as part of the country's ratification procedures.

Estonia - Turkmenistan


The Estonian government on November 27, 2011, confirmed the signing of a DTA between Estonia and Turkmenistan.

Bahrain - Turkmenistan


In Bahrain the DTA covers income tax payable under Amiri Decree No.22/1979. In Turkmenistan, the DTA covers tax on profits, individual income tax, the tax on property. The treaty contains residency, permanent establishment, immovable property income, business profit, international transport rules, and provides for the elimination of double taxation and for the exchange of information, and has a mutual agreement procedure. Dividend withholding tax is charged at 10%. Interest withholding tax is charged at : 10% in most cases; 0% in the case of the governments or central banks. Royalty withholding tax is charged at 10%.

Saudi Arabia - Turkmenistan


Saudi Arabia and Turkmenistan have signed a DTA, the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed.

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