Malta has a vast network of double tax treaties with important trading countries and emerging economies in order to encourage the growth of international trade. Malta’s double tax treaties are modelled on the OECD’s Model Tax Convention on Income and on Capital, and attempt to eliminate or reduce double taxation.
To date treaties are in force with 73 countries rendering considerable advantages to businesses who have chosen to establish legal entities in Malta and individuals who have chosen to relocate in Malta.
The following table is an updated list with all the countries Malta has signed a DTT:
|Bahrain||Hong Kong||Mauritius||South Africa|
|China (P.R.C)||Isle of Man||Netherlands||Tunisia|
|Cyprus||Jersey||Poland||United Arab Emirates|
|Czech Republic||Jordan||Portugal||United Kingdom|