Double tax treaties (“DTTs”) are international agreements, concluded between two (bilateral) or multiple (multilateral) countries, primarily to deal with cases of double taxation. DTTs also serve as the legal basis for cooperation between the contracting states to prevent tax evasion, and often contain clauses denying treaty benefits in tax avoidance situations.
This Guidance Note discusses double tax treaties and provides a summary guidance on their application . . .
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