Japan and Iceland have agreed in principle to sign a convention aimed at eliminating international double taxation and preventing tax evasion, the Japanese Finance Ministry said Monday.
The convention is hoping to boost mutual investment and encourage economic exchange, the ministry said.
After signing, the convention is expected to come into force following domestic approval in both countries.
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