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Greece and Australia discuss agreement to avoid double taxation

Greece and Australia are negotiating an agreement to avoid double taxation. this was announced by Deputy Foreign Minister in charge for Economic Diplomacy and Openness, Kostas Fragogiannis.

In an interview with the Australian expatriate newspaper “Hellenic Herald”, Fragogiannis underlined the great potential for strengthening cooperation with Australia and the great interest of the Greek government.

“Strengthening and diversifying our commercial transactions is high on the agenda of the talks. The bilateral agreement under negotiation to avoid double taxation is oriented in this direction, the successful conclusion of which will certainly give new impetus to our bilateral economic relations,” he pointed out.

Fragogiannis wanted to send “from Greece, a message of optimism to the people of Australia as a whole and the Greeks of Australia in particular”.

 

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One comment

  1. It is to be hoped that as part of the agreement they set up an effective methodology for exchanging information?

    I have just gone through the online process set up by the Greek government to provide a tax residency certificate to give to the UK tax authority to prove that I am paying Greek tax on my UK income. The final outcome was an email saying that I cannot obtain a tax residency certificate through the process set up to issue tax residency certificates but instead I have to phone a specified number. My accountant tells me that the number given is never answered.

    Any bright ideas how I can avoid paying tax on the same income twice?

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