India amended its domestic tax law for transactions with taxpayers of certain tax jurisdictions, as an anti-avoidance measure. The amendments involving transactions made in Cyprus include a temporary 30% withholding tax for all transactions between India and Cyprus in place since March. Under the double tax treaty between India and Cyprus in place since 1994, both countries are obliged to exchange such information in order to implement the domestic tax laws of the two jurisdictions helping to prevent evasion of taxes. India has labeled Cyprus a "notified jurisdiction" since November of last year, on account of a lack of responsiveness by the Cypriot authorities following requests for information by the Indian authorities under the respective states' tax...
India Introduces Withholding Tax On Cyprus Transactions
|Author:||Mr Charles Savva|
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