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Tax Treaties

      
      

An Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreement between Singapore and another country serves to prevent double taxation of income earned in one country by a resident of the other country. It also makes clear the taxing rights between Singapore and her treaty partner on different types of income arising from cross-border economic activities between the two countries. The agreements also provide for reduction or exemption of tax on certain types of income. View a brief explanation on the application of a Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreement.

 

All the Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreements concluded by Singapore since 1965 to date are listed below. These agreements are categorized as follows:

  • Limited Treaties
    • These agreements cover only income from shipping and/or air transport. 

If these agreements are available below in PDF format. Please click on the flag to view the respective agreement. You will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view and print.

 


Australia

 

Austria

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Belgium

Brunei

  

Bulgaria

 

Canada

 

China

 

 

Cyprus

 

Czech Republic 

Denmark  

Egypt


Estonia

Fiji

Finland

 

France 

Germany  


Hungary 

 

 

India

 


Indonesia 

 

 


Israel  

 


Italy 


Japan

Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan


Korea


 

 

Kuwait

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

 

 

Malaysia


 

Mauritius

 

Mexico 


Mongolia 

 

 

Myanmar 


Netherlands 


New Zealand
  

 

Norway

 

Oman

 

 

 

Pakistan


Papua New Guinea

 

Philippines

Portugal

Poland

 

Qatar

Romania

 

Slovak Republic

South Africa

Sri Lanka

Sweden


Switzerland

 


Taiwan

Thailand


Turk
ey

 

United Arab Emirates

 

United Kingdom

Vietnam 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Belgium

   

 
Malta

 
Morocco

Russian Federation

  

 

Ukraine

 

 

 

 

    
   
   
Last updated on 14/2/2008
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