Miscellaneous 2022

Expanding Australia's tax treaty network

Source: National

Published Date: 10 Mar 2022


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This paper covers:

  • An update as to the current status of the Government review project
  • Provide an overview of new treaties being negotiated and key features we can expect in those treaties
  • Detail any key changes being considered in relation to existing treaties
  • Outline current trends and issues arising in relation to tax treaties, and
  • Consider non-discrimination following the High Court decision in Addy.

Individual Session


  • Published By: Richard J Vann CTA
  • Published On:10 Mar 2022
  • Took place at:Crown Sydney & Online

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