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The Government of Brunei Darussalam has signed Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreements (ADTA) with a number of countries which serves to lessen the burden of tax on companies when operating in Brunei Darussalam and the other signatory country.

To claim for credit against Brunei Darussalam tax, evidence of payment must be produced to support the claim.

 

STATUS OF BRUNEI'S ADTA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES

                                                                                     

No

Country

Date of enforcement/signing

1

United Kingdom

1950  and 19 December 2013 (Agreement to amend the agreement for avoidance of double taxation)

2

Indonesia

3 April 2002

3

China

29 December 2006

4

Singapore

14 December 2006 and 29 August 2010 (Protocol to amend ADTA)

5

Vietnam

1 January 2009

6

Oman

28 June 2009

7

Bahrain

18 July 2009  and 31 December 2014 (Protocol to amend ADTA)

8

Japan

19 December 2009

9

Pakistan

25 December 2009

10

Malaysia

17 June 2010

11

Laos

20 October 2010

12

Hong Kong

19 December 2010

13

Kuwait

2 June 2011

14

United Arab Emirates

21 November 2014

15

Tajikistan

Signed on 3 April 2010

16

Qatar

Signed on 17 January 2011

17

South Korea

Signed on 9 December 2014

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