Bolsonaro ratifies statute confirming Brazil-U.A.E. agreement ending double taxation

The protocol between the two countries was signed in November 2018 and was then passed by the National Congress. The president's signature gives efficacy to the agreement, which is now officially in force.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday, May 26, signed the statute furthering the agreement between Brazil and the United Arab Emirates to end double taxation on income taxes and prevent tax evasion and tax avoidance.

The protocol between the two countries was signed in November 2018 and was then passed by the National Congress. The president's signature gives efficacy to the agreement, which is now officially in force.

The convention contains 32 articles, including one establishing that no interpretation will be made so as to restrict, in any way, the right of a contracting state to . . .

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