India, Thailand sign an agreement on double taxation avoidanceStaff writer ▼ | June 30, 2015
India and Thailand signed a number of important agreements, including the double taxation avoidance treaty (DTAT).
Cooperation Ratification on the extradition treaty
On the last day of her three-day visit, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj co-chaired the 7th meeting of the India-Thailand Joint Commission for Bilateral Cooperation.
Wadhwa informed that the Joint Commission meeting took place after a gap of three years this time due to the changes in government, especially in Thailand.
The two sides also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the Establishment of Nalanda University. By signing this agreement, Thailand joins other East Asian Summit countries in the establishment of Nalanda University in Bihar. ■