Brazil updates international treaties to avoid double taxation

Recent agreements align the country with the OECD plan to avoid transferring profits to low-tax countries.

International treaties to avoid double taxation are getting a new design. The most recent agreements signed by Brazil with Singapore, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates, bring changes that, according to experts, align the country to BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting), a plan of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and . . .

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