India and Armenia signed a protocol to amend Double Taxation Avoidance Convention

Jan 28, 2016 08:09 IST

India and Armenia on 27 January 2016 signed a protocol to amend the India-Armenia Double Taxation Avoidance Convention.

Silent features of the Protocol

• It amends the convention between these countries that has been in existence since 9 September 2004.

• It amends the article on exchange of Information for tax purposes to bring it in line with the updated provisions in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Model.

• It will enable the two countries to exchange information related to financial and banking transactions under the Double Taxation Avoidance Convention, and thereby facilitate them in addressing tax evasion.

• It is also expected to further strengthen the efforts of Union Government in curbing the generation of black money.

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