Taiwan, Japan make progress on negotiating tax agreementStaff writer ▼ | October 23, 2015
Taiwan and Japan have made progress on negotiating a double taxation avoidance agreement, and are expected to sign more bilateral economic and trade-related pacts in the next few months, a Taiwanese official said.
Politics and trade Some "positive development" in Asia
He was responding to questions on the issue of signing a double taxation avoidance agreement with Japan at a news briefing.
Chang said there has been some "positive development," but he declined to divulge details.
Taiwan and Japan have been in talks on such a deal for about two years, he said, adding that the ministry will make an announcement when the details are finalized. ■