List of Countries with Whom India Has Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement

India has Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) with several countries across the world. Double taxation can occur when income is taxable in more than one country. DTAA agreements aim to avoid such situations by specifying rules and guidelines for the taxation of income and assets in both countries.

The following is a comprehensive list of countries with whom India has DTAA agreements:

1. Albania

2. Algeria

3. Argentina

4. Armenia

5. Australia

6. Austria

7. Azerbaijan

8. Bahrain

9. Bangladesh

10. Barbados

11. Belarus

12. Belgium

13. Belize

14. Benin

15. Bosnia and Herzegovina

16. Botswana

17. Brazil

18. Brunei Darussalam

19. Bulgaria

20. Cambodia

21. Cameroon

22. Canada

23. Chile

24. China

25. Colombia

26. Congo

27. Costa Rica

28. Croatia

29. Cyprus

30. Czech Republic

31. Denmark

32. Djibouti

33. Dominican Republic

34. Ecuador

35. Egypt

36. El Salvador

37. Estonia

38. Ethiopia

39. Fiji

40. Finland

41. France

42. Gabon

43. Gambia

44. Georgia

45. Germany

46. Ghana

47. Greece

48. Guatemala

49. Guinea

50. Guyana

51. Honduras

52. Hong Kong

53. Hungary

54. Iceland

55. Indonesia

56. Iran

57. Ireland

58. Israel

59. Italy

60. Ivory Coast

61. Jamaica

62. Japan

63. Jordan

64. Kazakhstan

65. Kenya

66. Korea

67. Kuwait

68. Kyrgyzstan

69. Laos

70. Latvia

71. Lebanon

72. Libya

73. Liechtenstein

74. Lithuania

75. Luxembourg

76. Macedonia

77. Madagascar

78. Malawi

79. Malaysia

80. Mali

81. Malta

82. Mauritania

83. Mauritius

84. Mexico

85. Moldova

86. Mongolia

87. Montenegro

88. Morocco

89. Mozambique

90. Myanmar

91. Namibia

92. Nepal

93. Netherlands

94. New Zealand

95. Nicaragua

96. Nigeria

97. Norway

98. Oman

99. Pakistan

100. Panama

101. Papua New Guinea

102. Paraguay

103. Peru

104. Philippines

105. Poland

106. Portugal

107. Qatar

108. Romania

109. Russia

110. Rwanda

111. Saint Kitts and Nevis

112. Saudi Arabia

113. Senegal

114. Serbia

115. Seychelles

116. Sierra Leone

117. Singapore

118. Slovakia

119. Slovenia

120. South Africa

121. Spain

122. Sri Lanka

123. Sudan

124. Suriname

125. Swaziland

126. Sweden

127. Switzerland

128. Syria

129. Taiwan

130. Tanzania

131. Thailand

132. Togo

133. Trinidad and Tobago

134. Tunisia

135. Turkey

136. Turkmenistan

137. Uganda

138. Ukraine

139. United Arab Emirates

140. United Kingdom

141. United States of America

142. Uruguay

143. Uzbekistan

144. Venezuela

145. Vietnam

146. Yemen

147. Zambia

148. Zimbabwe

India has DTAA agreements with all these countries, which ensures that income generated in one country is not taxed in the other country. This helps to promote trade and investment between the countries and avoid double taxation, which can be burdensome for taxpayers.

It is advisable for taxpayers who have income or assets in any of these countries to consult a tax expert to ensure compliance with the tax laws and regulations of both countries. DTAA agreements may have different clauses and conditions, and it is essential to understand the nuances of each agreement to avoid any legal or financial complications.

In conclusion, India`s DTAA agreements with a wide range of countries reflect the country`s commitment to promoting international trade and investment, and avoiding double taxation. These agreements not only benefit taxpayers but also strengthen diplomatic ties and cooperation between India and its partner countries.