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DoR stated, " This indicates that funds from other jurisdictions are being routed through Mauritiusbased entities to take advantage of the India- Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Treaty ( DT), which is a clear case of treaty abuse.
Otilia Bujor, tax manager at PKF Finconta, says Romania's 16 percent taxation rate for the income of non-residents can be lowered, if a double taxation avoidance treaty is closed between Romania and the fiscal residence location of the income beneficiary, as long as this person owns a fiscal residence certificate.
Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs Paulo Sacadura Cabral Portas, addressing a seminar in Dubai, said his country's export driven economy would also be looking forward to the implementation of double taxation avoidance treaty with its GCC trading partners.
India has a double taxation avoidance treaty with Mauritius.
Macki also noted that both countries will discuss on a double taxation avoidance treaty.
MUSCAT: The new Direct Tax Code of India, which is now tabled on the floors of the parliament, will not adversely affect the non-resident Indians (NRIs) living in Oman, thanks to a double taxation avoidance treaty signed between Oman and India, a leading tax expert said here yesterday.