The Government of the Republic of Mauritius has signed, ratified, and is currently negotiating Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements (DTAAs) with a number of countries.

Mauritius has signed and ratified 43 tax treaties with leading, developed and emerging economies around the globe to mitigate the effects of double taxation and to offer a wide range of fiscal benefits and enabling efficient tax planning. These treaties cover taxes on dividends, royalties, capital gains and interest.

Mauritius Concluded DTAAs

1)      Australia

16)   Kuwait

31)   Seychelles

2)      Barbados

17)   Lesotho

32)   Singapore

3)      Belgium

18)   Luxembourg

33)   South Africa

4)      Botswana

19)   Madagascar

34)   State of Qatar

5)      Croatia

20)   Malaysia

35)   Swaziland

6)      Congo

21)   Monaco

36)   Sweden

7)      Cyprus

22)   Mozambique

37)   Thailand

8)      Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

23)   Namibia

38)   Tunisia

9)      Egypt

24)   Nepal

39)   Uganda

10)   France

25)   Oman

40)   United Arab Emirates

11)   Germany

26)   Pakistan

41)   United Kingdom

12)   Guernsey

27)   People’s Republic of Bangladesh

42)   Zambia

13)   India

28)   People’s Republic of China

43)   Zimbabwe

14)   Italy

29)   Rwanda

15)   Kenya

30)   Senegal

  • Treaties awaiting ratification: Gabon, Nigeria, Malta, Russia and South Africa (New).
  • Treaties awaiting signature: Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ghana and Morocco.

Treaties being negotiated: Algeria, Canada, Czech Republic, Greece, Hong Kong, Lesotho (New), Montenegro, Portugal, Republic of Iran, Malawi, Saudi Arabia, St Kitts & Nevis, Tanzania, Vietnam and Yemen.