Business tax – international treaty

Brazil: tax treaties

Tax treaties between the UK and Brazil and related documents.

Documents

Brazil/UK Shipping and Air Transport Agreement 2005 - in force

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Brazil/UK Shipping Air Transport Agreement 1967 (exchange of notes) - in force

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Brazil and UK tax treaty: aircrew agreement - not in force

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Detail

Shipping and Air Transport Agreement 2005

The 2005 shipping and air transport agreement entered into force on 18 March 2009.

Shipping Air Transport Agreement 1967 (exchange of notes)

The 1967 shipping and air transport agreement entered into force on 29 December 1967 and is effective from 1 January 1967.

Aircrew agreement

The double taxation agreement on the salaries of aircrew was signed on 2 September 2010 and has not yet entered into force.

Tax Information Exchange Agreements

Tax Information Exchange Agreement: UK Brazil - not in force
Bilateral agreement between the UK and Brazil for co-operation in tax matters through exchange of information.