I've just had it drawn to my attention that reports suggest that Mongolia has cancelled its double tax treaty with the Netherlands.
Mongolia at the end of last year the tax treaty with the Netherlands canceled because it claims to be the victim of multinationals that the Dutch tax laws used to evade taxes in Mongolia. It is exceptional that a country with a tax unilaterally terminates
If that is the reason then Mongolia is entirely justified: most tax treaties with the Netherlands are used to exploit the domestic tax law of the country with which it has concluded a treaty. It's my suggestion that many more countries could benefit from following Mongolia's example. TheNetherlands is an aggressive tax haven and needs to be sanctioned if it is to be forced to change its behaviour.
They might also want to do the same with Ireland.