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Mauritius readies to sign DTAT with Hong Kong

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Mauritius readies to sign DTAT with Hong Kong

Mauritius is getting ready to sign a Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) with the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China.

The Agreement will provide certainty to investors in their dealings with Mauritius or Hong Kong, according to Cabinet papers.

It is also expected to create a conducive environment for greater cross-border investment flows between the two countries.

Concurrently, a framework for exchange of information will be established between the tax authorities of Mauritius and Hong Kong, with a view to combatting tax evasion and other tax malpractices.

A mechanism for the resolution of tax disputes is also considered.

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