How the use of Dutch and Curacao entities can protect foreign investments

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When structuring foreign investments, the use of entities incorporated under Netherlands or Curaçao law as (sub)holding companies may not only make sense because of the extensive Dutch tax treaty network (about 100 bilateral tax treaties), but also, and sometimes more importantly, because of the extensive network of bilateral investment treaties of the Netherlands and Curaçao.

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