Belgium, France Seek to Resolve Final Sticking Points in New Double Tax Treaty

Belgian officials recently expressed hope that negotiators will reach an agreement before the end of June on a new double tax treaty with France that would replace the one that dates back to 1964. Discussions started in March, but there are still some unresolved points of contention, particularly relating to the taxation of cross-border workers. (Previous negotiations were blocked by the French delegation in 1998.)

Belgium, France Look to Wrap Up Tax Treaty Negotiations, Tax Notes International, 30 June 2000, p. 1309
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