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Latvia: Double Tax Treaties

Introduction

A double tax treaty allows that tax paid can be offset in one of two countries against tax payable in the other, thus avoiding double taxation. Latvia is a signatory to a number of double tax treaties. Some forms of income are exempt from tax or qualify for reduced rates. These include royalties, dividends and capital gains.

Latest Latvia Treaty Updates

Treaty Update: Andorra - Latvia
28 April, 2017
Andorra and Latvia have begun negotiations on amending their DTA.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Japan
21 April, 2017
The Latvia-Japan DTA entered into force on March 30, 2017.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Switzerland
11 November, 2016
Latvia and Switzerland signed a DTA Protocol on November 2.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Switzerland
08 November, 2016
Latvia and Switzerland signed a DTA Protocol on November 2.
Treaty Update: Japan - Latvia
27 June, 2016
Japan and Latvia have begun DTA negotiations, the Japanese Finance Ministry said on June 21.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Iran
13 June, 2016
Latvia and Iran discussed the possibility of signing a DTA, at a meeting on June 2.
Treaty Update: Cyprus - Latvia
03 June, 2016
Cyprus and Latvia signed a DTA on May 24, 2016.
Treaty Update: Hong Kong - Latvia
25 April, 2016
Hong Kong and Latvia signed a DTA on April 13, 2016.
Treaty Update: Qatar - Latvia
06 November, 2015
Qatar ratified the pending DTA with Latvia on October 27, 2015.
Treaty Update: San Marino - Latvia
06 October, 2015
San Marino and Latvia are engaged in negotiations towards a DTA, it was confirmed following a bilateral meeting on September 25.
Treaty Update: Georgia - Latvia
05 October, 2015
Georgia and Latvia signed a TIEA on September 29, 2015.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Qatar
01 October, 2014
Latvia signed a DTA with Qatar on September 26, 2014.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Japan
18 July, 2014
Latvia requested the launch of DTA negotiations with Japan during a meeting on July 14, 2014.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Cyprus
06 May, 2014
Latvia's Cabinet approved a draft law approving the conclusion of a DTA with Cyprus at its meeting on April 29, 2014.
Treaty Update: Jersey - Latvia
02 April, 2014
The tax information exchange agreement between Jersey and Latvia entered into force on March 1, 2014, according to an update from the Jersey Government on March 13, 2014.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Cyprus
12 March, 2014
Latvia and Cyprus are expected to soon sign a DTA based on a draft agreement presented by Latvian authorities to the Cypriot Ministry of Finance in late February.
Treaty Update: Latvia - India
27 December, 2013
According to preliminary media reports, Latvia's parliament on December 19, 2013, approved a law that would ratify the DTA and an accompanying Protocol signed between the nation and India.
Treaty Update: Hong Kong - Latvia
27 November, 2013
A first round of DTA negotiations between Latvia and Hong Kong was concluded on November 21, 2013.
Treaty Update: Guernsey - Latvia
17 October, 2013
The tax information exchange agreement signed between Latvia and Guernsey on September 5, 2012, entered into force on October 4, 2013.
Treaty Update: India - Latvia
20 September, 2013
India and Latvia signed a DTA on September 18, 2013.
Treaty Update: Latvia - India
09 May, 2013
India and Latvia held negotiations towards a DTA on April 30, 2013.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Guernsey
19 March, 2013
According to preliminary media reports, Latvia ratified its tax information exchange agreement with Guernsey on February 28, 2013.
Treaty Update: Latvia - India
18 March, 2013
According to preliminary media reports, Latvia's Cabinet approved the signing of a draft DTA with India.
Treaty Update: Latvia - Mexico
01 March, 2013
According to preliminary media reports, the Latvia-Mexico DTA signed on April 20, 2012, will enter into force on March 2, 2013, and will be effective from January 1, 2014.
Treaty Update: Mexico - Latvia
08 February, 2013
According to preliminary media reports, the Latvia-Mexico DTA will enter into force on March 1, 2013, and will become effective on January 1, 2014.
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