08 Oct Sri Lanka Double Tax Agreements
1. The laws in force in one of the Contracting States shall continue to regulate the taxation of income and capital in the Contracting States concerned, except as expressly provided in this Convention. Where income or capital is taxed in both Contracting States, exemption from double taxation shall be granted in accordance with the following paragraphs of this Article. 3. The competent authorities of the Contracting States shall endeavour to establish by common accord any difficulty or doubt arising from the interpretation or application of the Convention. They may also consult each other on the elimination of double taxation in cases not provided for in the Convention. This Convention shall not affect the tax privileges of diplomatic or consular agents in accordance with the general rules of international law or the provisions of special agreements. Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Albania for the avoidance of double taxation on income and capital The Double Taxation Convention entered into force on 21 May 1980 and was amended on 13 February 1980 by an exchange of notes. The attached Agreement between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion of income and capital has been ratified and the instruments of ratification have been exchanged in accordance with Article 29 of the said Convention. 3. The term “pension” means a specified amount that must be paid regularly at specified times, during life or for a specified or identifiable period, by requiring payments in cash or monetary value to be made in exchange for appropriate and full consideration.
. 4. Profits from the transfer of shares of a company may be taxed in the Contracting State in which they were issued. 2. Where a Contracting State integrates the profits of an enterprise of that State with the profits of that State and taxes the profits on which an enterprise of the other State Party is to be taxed in that other State, the profits so included shall be those which would have been granted to the enterprise of the first State if the conditions established between the two enterprises had been those which had been those which had been adopted between the two enterprises: which would have been met between independent undertakings. that other State shall then make an appropriate adjustment of the amount of tax it levies on those profits. . . .