Through its tax legislation, Germany wants to avoid both double taxation and double non-taxation of goods and companies. Everyone must control their fair share of where they live or where they do their business. The special rules for frontier workers are set out in the following double taxation conventions: the colour world map shows the countries with which Germany concluded double taxation conventions on taxes on income and capital on 1 January 2019, as well as legal and administrative assistance agreements (including the exchange of information). It also shows with which countries Germany is negotiating such agreements for the first time. In addition, there is an agreement between the German Institute in Taipei and the Taipei Representation in Berlin. Since the Federal Republic of Germany has never recognised Taiwan as a sovereign State, this agreement is not an international treaty. However, the agreement is based on the OECD model agreement structurally and substantively. Hong Kong and Macao are special administrative regions of the People`s Republic of China; China`s general tax legislation does not apply to this. This means that the double taxation agreements concluded between the Federal Republic of Germany and the People`s Republic of China are not applicable to Hong Kong and Macao. The card does not contain inheritance and gift tax agreements or road tax agreements. Nor does it contain specific agreements on taxes on the income and capital of airlines and shipping companies.
Nor does the map contain negotiations on the modification or extension of existing agreements. BulgariaA tax agreements and international agreements The National Ministry of Finance and the Revenue Service of South Africa (SARS) gave lectures on the ratification of tax treaties with Germany and Mexico. The Committee also had before it preliminary hearings on tax agreements with the State of Qatar, the Republic of Kenya, the Republic of Chile, the Kingdom of Lesotho and the Government of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. The National Ministry of Finance looked into the reasons for the contracts and investment trade flows between South Africa and the countries concerned. SARS looked at the articles of the treaties and focused on those that were different from the normal South African approach. With regard to the ratification of the two treaties, the Committee asked about the discrepancies between imports and exports and the treaties signed by the member States. Several technical questions were raised concerning Articles 2, 5, 8, 13, 16 and 26 of the German Agreement. It was requested to clarify the content of the treaties and the best interests of South Africa. Concerns were expressed about the monitoring of treaties, the parliamentary process and the need for the committee to enter into these agreements earlier. . . .