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  • Government Hopes To Conclude Singapore Tax Treaty Revision In FY17: Report

    Government Hopes To Conclude Singapore Tax Treaty Revision In FY17: Report

    After revising the tax treaty with Mauritius, the Centre will soon initiate the process of modifying tax agreements with Singapore and Cyprus and hopes to complete the process within the current fiscal year so that there is uniformity on capital gains tax with regard to investments.

  • India To Renegotiate Tax Treaty With Singapore: Arun Jaitley

    India To Renegotiate Tax Treaty With Singapore: Arun Jaitley

    India will have to renegotiate the tax treaty with Singapore to extend the capital gains tax provisions of the recently-concluded tax pact with Mauritius, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today.

  • Government To Renegotiate Tax Treaty With Singapore

    Government To Renegotiate Tax Treaty With Singapore

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday that the government will have to renegotiate a tax treaty with Singapore to extend capital gains tax provisions of a recently-concluded tax pact with Mauritius.

  • Investors Making Money In India Must Pay Taxes: Jaitley On Mauritius Pact

    Investors Making Money In India Must Pay Taxes: Jaitley On Mauritius Pact

    Investors must pay taxes on the money they earn in India and the domestic economy is now strong enough to depend on any "tax-incentivized route" to attract foreign investments, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Sunday.

  • Revised Mauritius Tax Treaty Keeps Clear Of Derivatives, Debentures

    Revised Mauritius Tax Treaty Keeps Clear Of Derivatives, Debentures

    The reworked India-Mauritius tax treaty has kept out derivatives and non-share securities like debentures from levy of capital gains tax in India as these are to be taxed only in host country, Mauritius.

  • Revised Mauritius Tax Treaty To Curb Round Tripping: Jaitley

    Revised Mauritius Tax Treaty To Curb Round Tripping: Jaitley

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said that the Indian government getting Mauritius to sign a revised tax treaty after a decade long effort was an attempt to curb black money generation and will help minimise round tripping of funds.

  • Cairn Energy Offers To Pay 15% Of Principal Amount Pending Tax Case: Report

    Cairn Energy Offers To Pay 15% Of Principal Amount Pending Tax Case: Report

    The Income Tax Department had in January 2014 slapped a draft assessment order of Rs 10,247 crore tax on alleged capital gains Cairn made on 2006 reorganisation of its India business.

  • Sensex Falls 175 Points, Mauritius Tax Treaty Weighs

    Sensex Falls 175 Points, Mauritius Tax Treaty Weighs

    The Sensex and Nifty fell on Wednesday on concerns the government may amend tax treaties with countries including Singapore after it agreed to tax capital gains on foreign investments from Mauritius.

  • Changes To India-Mauritius Tax Treaty: Your 10-Point Guide

    Changes To India-Mauritius Tax Treaty: Your 10-Point Guide

    The government on Tuesday said it will amend a three-decade old treaty with Mauritius, which will enable India to impose capital gains tax on investments coming from the African island nation starting next year.

  • Sensex Trims Losses; Mauritius Tax Treaty Weighs

    Sensex Trims Losses; Mauritius Tax Treaty Weighs

    Indian shares recovered from initial sharp falls to post mild losses on Wednesday, as investors were relieved that imposition of capital gains taxes on investments coming from Mauritius, will apply only from next year and not to existing holdings.

  • Mauritius Tax Impact: Sensex Falls 350 Points, Nifty Slips Below 7,800

    Mauritius Tax Impact: Sensex Falls 350 Points, Nifty Slips Below 7,800

    The BSE Sensex tumbled over 350 points or 1.4 per cent on Wednesday, while the Nifty50 blue chip index slipped below the key 7,800 levels, reacting to the government's overnight decision to impose capital gains tax on investments coming from Mauritius. The rupee also traded lower, slipping to 66.84 per dollar. Domestic stock markets underperformed ...

  • Sensex Set For Big Selloff As Mauritius Investment To Be Taxed: 10 Facts

    Sensex Set For Big Selloff As Mauritius Investment To Be Taxed: 10 Facts

    The BSE Sensex and the Nifty50 blue chip indices are expected to buck global trend and open sharply lower on Wednesday, following the government's overnight decision to impose capital gains tax on investments coming from Mauritius. Nifty futures trading on the Singapore Exchange were down 125 points or 1.6 per cent, indicating a gap down opening fo...

  • Nifty Set For A Gap Down Opening As Government Moves To Tax Mauritius Investments

    Nifty Set For A Gap Down Opening As Government Moves To Tax Mauritius Investments

    The Sensex and Nifty are set for a gap down opening in trades on Wednesday after government post the market hours on Tuesday announced that it will start imposing capital gains tax on investments coming from Mauritius starting next year, after the two countries agreed to amend a three-decade old treaty that brought in billions of dollars in investm...

  • Government To Tax Mauritius Investments For First Time Since 1983

    Government To Tax Mauritius Investments For First Time Since 1983

    The Indian government will start imposing capital gains tax on investments coming from Mauritius starting next year, after the two countries agreed to amend a three-decade old treaty that brought in billions of dollars in investment but was suspected of abetting tax evasion.

  • Revised Mauritius Tax Pact May Hit Overseas Fund Flows: Analysts

    Revised Mauritius Tax Pact May Hit Overseas Fund Flows: Analysts

    A new pact to levy capital gains tax on investments coming through Mauritius may put foreign portfolio investors in a fix and the impact is likely to be reflected in stock markets on Wednesday with experts expecting the cost of foreign investments to go up.

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