Malta liechtenstein conclude tax treaty

Dr. Trudy Marie Attard | Published on 23 Jan 2013

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Malta and Liechtenstein have recently finalised six months of negotiating a double taxation agreement. The agreement is based on the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Model Convention and relates to taxes on income, on capital and on funds. 

Liechtenstein’s Prime Minister Klaus Tschütscher welcomed the forthcoming signature of the treaty due in 2013 as another step in deepening relations with the European Union while encouraging further mutual investment and business between the two states - Malta & Liechtenstein themselves. The double tax agreement is expected to apply from 1st January 2014.

 



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