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Singapore, Norway sign agreement to enhance tax cooperation
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13:34, September 18, 2009

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Singapore and Norway signed here on Friday a protocol amending their standing agreement for the avoidance of double taxation.

According to Singapore's Ministry of Finance, the protocol will enter into force after Singapore's legislative amendments to give effect to the internationally agreed standard have been approved by Parliament and gazetted into law, and the ratification procedures have been completed by both countries.

The protocol was signed by Peter Ong, Singapore's Second Permanent Secretary (Finance) and Norway's Ambassador to Singapore Janne Julsrud.


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