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CCEA okays taxation pact with Armenia

Our Bureau

New Delhi , July 26

THE Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Monday gave formal approval to the signing of a `Double Taxation Avoidance Convention' with Armenia.

The approval will enable the Government to ratify the `Convention for Avoidance of Double Taxation' and the `Prevention of Fiscal Evasion' with respect to taxes on income between India and Armenia.

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