The India-Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) may see some headway with the island nation promising full cooperation with India to address outstanding issues relating to their bilateral tax treaty. The development comes days after ... Indian-Commodity, 5 days ago
Mauritius promises India cooperation on tax treaty - Economic Times, 5 days ago
Mauritius promises India full-cooperation on tax treaty issues - Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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NEW DELHI: India and Mauritius have agreed to fast-track the long-pending revision of Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) to prevent abuse of the convention. DTAA has allegedly allowed stashing of unaccounted money from India in Mauritius, ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago India, Mauritius to fast-track long-pending DTAA revision Economic Times, 2 weeks ago India to work with Mauritius to avoid abuse of DTAA: PM Indian Express, 2 weeks ago India, Mauritius to work to... The Echo Of India, 2 weeks ago
He will pay a visit to the Ganga Talao and Appravasi Ghat, both of which are associated with the arrival of Indian indentured labour to Mauritius. He will also visit the Mahatma Gandhi Institute. "I am grateful to you and the people of Mauritius ...Samaylive, 2 weeks ago LIVE: PM Narendra Modi offers prayers at Ganga Talao, Mauritius ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago LIVE: PM Narendra Modi extends National Day greetings to Mauritians ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago LIVE: PM Narendra Modi to address Mauritian Parliament today ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago
Port Louis: India on Thursday further cemented its ties with Mauritius with the commissioning of an India-built coast guard patrol vessel, a day after inking five agreements and announcing a $500 million line of credit, as Prime Minister Narendra ...Manorama Online, 2 weeks ago India, Mauritius cement ties, Modi stresses Indian Ocean region's importance ProKerala.com, 2 weeks ago India, Mauritius cement ties, PM Modi stresses Indian Ocean region`s importance ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago
Fund managers of foreign investors (such as FPIs, FVCIs, etc.) remain outside India under the apprehension that their presence in India may have adverse tax consequences. (PTI) A recent clarification issued to Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) ...Financial Express, 2 months ago
FDI in India grew by 22 per cent to USD 18.88 billion during April-November this fiscal Getting tough with investment proposals from tax heavens, FIPB has deferred 23 applications in its last three meetings apprehending "treaty abuse". According to sources, ...Asian Age, 1 month ago Source check slows FDI okay Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago 23 FDI Cases Deferred For Possible Tax Treaty Abuse The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
International Tax Update Interest Income from India- Foreign Remittance- TDS u/s 195 A. Taxation as per Domestic Law: A.1. Definition of Interest 2(28A) "interest" means interest payable in any manner in respect of any moneys borrowed or ...CAclubindia, 1 week ago
The NDA government's first full budget speaks for the poor and acts for corporates. The pink media and corporates have lavishly praised the budget, calling Arun Jaitley's speech one of the best in the past ten years. Since the financial crisis of ...Businessworld India, 1 week ago
Seychelles: Strengthening Ties in Key Economic Sectors - the Focus of Seychelles Finance Minister's Visit to Singapore
By Victoria — Seychelles and Singapore are looking to increase their collaboration in a number of economic sectors from trade, financial services, port development - including transshipment and fuel bunkering - to public-private partnerships. ...AllAfrica.com, 1 week ago Strengthening Ties in Key Economic Sectors - the Focus of Seychelles Finance Minister's Visit to Singapore Individual.com, 1 week ago
|17:39, Updated at Mon, Mar 02 at 17:39Source : Moneycontrol.com By: Ameet Patel, practicing Chartered Accountant & Past President of Bombay Chartered Accountants' Society Foreign investment is important for every country. Whether ...Moneycontrol.com, 3 weeks ago
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