Study on Tanzania’s Double Taxation Agreements




After Kenya and Uganda, Tanzania Tax Justice Coalition launches its own study on Tanzania’s Double Taxation Agreements.

Tanzania is currently negotiating treaties with the Netherlands, the UK, the United Arab Emirates, Mauritius, Kuwait, Iran and China without any publicly known or democratically scrutinized
negotiation policy. The study, which includes recommendations to the Government, demonstrates how comparing countries of origin of FDI inflows with Tanzania’s DTA network “does not indicate that having a DTA substantially affects FDIs, as there are no DTAs in place with the biggest investor countries”.

Complete study here.

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