Taxation: Treaties:Written question - 41435

Q
Asked by Deidre Brock
(Edinburgh North and Leith)
Asked on: 29 June 2016
HM Treasury
Taxation: Treaties
Commons
To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, which tax treaties his Department has under review or plans to review in the near future.
A
Answered by: Mr David Gauke
Answered on: 08 July 2016

The revised UK-Malawi tax treaty was substantially agreed several years ago. A limited number of outstanding issues remain, but once these are resolved we will be seeking to arrange signature.

The UK’s treaty negotiating programme is published on GOV.UK and was last updated on 30 November 2015. It stated that the UK will begin negotiations on double taxation agreements with: Nepal, Romania, Trinidad and Tobago, and Uzbekistan.

It also stated that the UK would work on DTAs and protocols with: Colombia, Fiji, Ghana, Guernsey, India, Isle of Man, Israel, Jersey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Malawi, Portugal, Russia, Thailand, Turkmenistan, UAE, USA and Uruguay.

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