Sunday, February 24, 2008

'Mauritius has never been blacklisted by any of the international institutions'

‘Mauritius has always been a well-regulated jurisdiction’

The India-Mauritius tax treaty has always been the cynosure of financial planners, on the one side, and policymakers, on the other. Accentuating the attention to Mauritius, a few weeks ago, was the review of the DTAA (double taxation avoidance agreement) or the treaty, in an apparent attempt to plug the gaps. The itinerary of the Chairman of the CBDT (Central Board of Direct Taxes), therefore, recently included a purposeful stop in Mauritius.


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