TDS rates under DTAA ​


0

CountryDividendInterestRoyaltyFee for Technical Services
Albania10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Armenia10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Australia15%15%10%/15%
[Note 2]
10%/15%
[Note 2]
Austria10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Bangladesha) 10% (if at least 10% of the capital of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company);

b) 15% in all other cases
10% [Note 1]10%No separate provision
Belarusa) 10%, if paid to a company holding 25% shares;

b) 15%, in all other cases
10% [Note 1]15%15%
Belgium15%15% (10% if loan is granted by a bank)10%10%
Bhutan10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Botswanaa) 7.5%, if shareholder is a company and holds at least 25% shares in the investee-company;

b) 10%, in all other cases
10% [Note 1]10%10%
Brazil15%15% [Note 1]a) 25% for use of trademark;

b) 15% for others
No separate provision
Bulgaria15%15% [Note 1]a) 15% of royalty relating to literary, artistic, scientific works other than films or tapes used for radio or television broadcasting;

b) 20%, in other cases
20%
Canadaa) 15%, if at least 10% of the voting powers in the company, paying the dividends, is controlled by the recipient company;

b) 25%, in other cases
15% [Note 1]15%-20%15%-20%
China10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Columbia5%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Croatiaa) 5% (if at least 10% of the capital of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company);

b) 15% in all other cases
10% [Note 1]10%10%
Cyprus10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Czech Republic [Note 5]10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Denmarka) 15%, if at least 25% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 25%, in other cases
a) 10% if loan is granted by bank;

b) 15% for others [Note 1]
20%20%
Estonia10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Ethiopia7.5%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Finland10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Fiji5%10% [Note 1]10%10%
France10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Georgia10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Germany10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Hongkong5%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Hungary10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Indonesia10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Iceland10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Ireland10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Israel10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Italya) 15% if at least 10% of the shares of the company paying dividend is beneficially owned by the recipient company;

b) 25% in other cases
15% [Note 1]20%20%
Japan10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Jordan10%10% [Note 1]20%20%
Kazakhstan10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Kenya10%10%10%10%
Korea15%10%10%10%
Kuwait10% [Note 1]10%10%10%
Kyrgyz Republic10%10% [Note 1]15%15%
Latvia10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Lithuania5%*, 15%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Luxembourg10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Malaysia5%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Malta10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Mongolia15%15% [Note 1]15%15%
Mauritiusa) 5%, if at least 10% of the capital of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 15%, in other cases
7.515%10%
Montenegro5% (in some cases 15%)10% [Note 1]10%10%
Myanmar5%10% [Note 1]10%No separate provision
Morocco10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Mozambique7.5%10% [Note 1]10%No separate provision
Macedonia10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Namibia10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Nepal5%**, 10%10% [Note 1]15%No separate provision
Netherlands10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
New Zealand15%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Norway10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Omana) 10%, if at least 10% of shares are held by the recipient company;

b) 12.5%, in other cases
10% [Note 1]15%15%
Philippinesa) 15%, if at least 10% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 20%, in other cases
a) 10%, if interest is received by a financial institution or insurance company;

b) 15% in other cases
[Note 1]
15% if it is payable in pursuance of any collaboration agreement approved by the Government of IndiaNo separate provision
Poland10%10% [Note 1]15%15%
Portuguese Republic10%***/15%10%10%10%
Qatara) 5%, if at least 10% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 10%, in other cases
10% [Note 1]10%10%
Romania10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Russian Federation10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Saudi Arabia5%10% [Note 1]10%No separate provision
Serbiaa) 5%, if recipient is company and holds 25% shares;

b) 15%, in any other case
10% [Note 1]10%10%
Singaporea) 10%, if at least 25% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 15%, in other cases
a) 10%, if loan is granted by a bank or similar institute including an insurance company;

b) 15%, in all other cases
10%10%
Sloveniaa) 5%, if at least 10% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 15%, in other cases
10%10%10%
South Africa10%10% [Note 1]10%10%
Spain15%15%[Note 1]10%/20%
[Note 3]
20%
[Note 3]
Sri Lanka7.5%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Sudan10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Sweden10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Swiss Confederation10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Syrian Arab Republica) 5%, if at least 10% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 10%, in other cases
10%[Note 1]10%No separate provision
Tajikistana) 5%, if at least 25% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 10%, in other cases
10%[Note 1]10%No separate provision
Tanzania5%****, 10%10%10%No separate provision
Thailand10%10%[Note 1]10%No separate provision
Trinidad and Tobago10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Turkey15%a) 10% if loan is granted by a bank, etc.;

b) 15% in other cases
[Note 1]
15%15%
Turkmenistan10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Uganda10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Ukrainea) 10%, if at least 25% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 15%, in other cases
10%[Note 1]10%10%
United Arab Emirates10%a) 5% if loan is granted by a bank/similar financial institute;
b) 12.5%, in other cases
10%No separate provision
United Mexican States10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
United Kingdom15%/10%
(Note 4)
a) 10%, if interest is paid to a bank;

b) 15%, in other cases
[Note 1]
10%/15%[Note 2]10%/15%[Note 2]
United Statesa) 15%, if at least 10% of the voting stock of the company paying the dividend is held by the recipient company;

b) 25% in other cases
a) 10% if loan is granted by a bank/similar institute including insurance company;

b) 15% for others
10%/15%[Note 2]10%/15%[Note 2]
Uruguay5%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Uzbekistan10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Vietnam10%10%[Note 1]10%10%
Zambiaa) 5%, if at least 25% of the shares of the company paying the dividend is held by a recipient company for a period of at least 6 months prior to the date of payment of the dividend;

b) 15% in other cases
10%[Note 1]10%10%

*If the beneficial owner is a company (other than a partnership) which holds directly at least 10 per cent of the capital of the company paying the dividends.

**5% if beneficial owner of shares is a company and it holds at least 10% of shares of the company paying the dividends.

*** if the beneficial owner is a company that, for an uninterrupted period of two fiscal years prior to the payment of the dividend, owns directly at least 25 per cent of the capital stock of the company paying the dividends.

****5% if recipient company owns at least 25% share in the company paying the dividend.

  1. Dividend/interest earned by the Government and certain specified institutions, inter-alia, Reserve Bank of India is exempt from taxation in the country of source (subject to certain condition).
  2. Royalties and fees for technical services would be taxable in the country of source at the rates prescribed for different categories of royalties and fees for technical services. These rates shall be subject to various conditions and nature of services/royalty for which payment is made. For detailed conditions refer to relevant Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements.
  3. Royalties and fees for technical services would be taxable in the country of source at the following rates:

    a. 10 per cent in case of royalties relating to the payments for the use of, or the right to use, industrial, commercial or scientific equipment;

    b. 20 per cent in case of fees for technical services and other royalties.

  4. (a)15 per cent of the gross amount of the dividends where those dividends are paid out of income (including gains) derived directly or indirectly from immovable property within the meaning of Article 6 by an investment vehicle which distributes most of this income annually and whose income from such immovable property is exempted from tax; (b) 10 per cent of the gross amount of the dividends, in all other cases
  5. The CBDT has clarified that DTAA signed with Government of the Czech Republic on the 27th January 1986 continues to be applicable to the residents of the Slovak Republic. [Notification No. 25, dated 23-03-2015]

Like it? Share with your friends!

0

0 Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *