Canada-Taiwan Tax Agreement (in effect 1 January 2017)

I am reviving this thread to draw attention to an excellent op-ed in today’s Taipei Times about one aspect that has not been addressed by the Canada-Taiwan tax agreement: the ongoing lack of a social security agreement.

I wonder if some of our better-connected Canadian forumosans might have any comment on this—and any sense of how this could eventually get fixed. @Marco @maoman @yyy plus anyone else with ideas?



Are there any countries Taiwan has a social security agreement with?

I know that there are quite a few taxation agreements - but the social security agreements are usually less frequent (at least when looking at other countries).

That is a good question.

The op-ed cited above mentions that Canada has perhaps 60 such agreements. I don’t have stats on the Taiwan side.