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Canada-Switzerland Agreement on Treaty's Double Taxation Rules Now in Force 

Global Tax Adviser

 

November 05, 2013

 

Finance announced that Canada's agreement with Switzerland on the avoidance of double taxation came into force on October 31, 2013. The Agreement modifies the Interpretative Protocol of the Canada-Switzerland tax treaty to ensure that the interpretation of the double taxation provisions of Article 25 of the Tax Convention is fully consistent with the standard developed by the OECD for the exchange of tax information.

The agreement has effect from December 16, 2011.

 

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