Agreement between Tunisia and Germany to avoid double taxation on income and wealth | Tunisia News Gazette

Agreement between Tunisia and Germany to avoid double taxation on income and wealth

A joint agreement between Tunisia and Germany to avoid double taxation on income and wealth was signed on Thursday in Tunis by Finance Minister Ridha Chalghoum, and German ambassador to Tunisia, Andreas Reinicke.

On this occasion, Chalghoum underlined that this agreement aims at consecrating the cooperation relations between the two countries and will help revise the agreement relating to double taxation concluded since December 23, 1975 between the two countries.

He also noted that relations between Tunisia and Germany are doing well and that negotiations are underway with German investors to come and invest in Tunisia.

In a statement to TAP, he said the government is studying the possibilities of removing Tunisia from the blacklist countries likely to be heavily exposed to money laundering and terrorist financing voted on February 7 by the European Parliament, considering that the agreement signed with Germany proves that the European partner has confidence in the commitment of Tunisia in its fight against money laundering.

For his part, the German ambassador said that his country is committed to continue cooperation with Tunisia in all fields, including financial.

Source: TAP News Agency

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