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The Netherlands proposes changes to dividend withholding tax

The Dutch government has released an attractive proposal to fully exempt withholding tax on dividends paid to non-resident shareholders in treaty countries provided certain conditions are met. Many multinational enterprises...more

European Commission publishes an EU corporate tax system

Today the European Commission published three corporate tax directives that potentially will apply in 27 Member States (28 - UK) of the European Union. These corporate tax directives include: the Common Consolidated Tax Base...more

Changes to Dutch dividend withholding tax rules

Today, the Dutch Ministry of Finance announced that it intends to introduce two important changes to the Dutch dividend withholding tax rules...more

Corporate tax reform is coming to Switzerland

Tax experts in Switzerland now predict that certain Swiss tax regimes – the cantonal tax regime, the holding regime and, in particular, the auxiliary company regime, will ultimately need to be repealed. A repeal of...more

9/30/2013  /  Corporate Taxes , EU , Tax Reform

International Tax News - September 2013

FRANCE ANNOUNCES DRAFT 2014 BUDGET – LIGHTER TAX BURDEN FOR BUSINESSES - France’s draft budget law for 2014 was presented to Parliament on September 25 and is now under discussion in the National Assembly and...more

International Tax News - June 2013

In This Issue: New tax treaty boosts Netherlands for inbound Chinese investment; Germany: far-reaching compromise proposed re Tax Act 2013; and, Italy clarifies tax laws re air carriers. ...more

New Tax Treaty signed between The Netherlands and Mainland China

The Netherlands and China signed a new Tax Treaty for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and Prevention of Fiscal Evasion on 31 May. Once in effect (no earlier than 1 January 2014), it will replace the current tax treaty, which...more

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