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New Flexible Real Estate Investment Vehicle In Belgium
The Brexit decision has raised questions as to whether London's role as the financial capital of Europe may be altered and therefore open the way for other European cities to reposition themselves as financial centers.
Belgium
19 Dec 2016
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International Tax Planning: Belgium is Taking Steps to Enhance its Attractiveness
Belgium has long been considered an interesting jurisdiction for various tax-planning and structuring purposes. Capital gains on shares are normally tax-exempt, dividends can be received nearly tax-free, interest paid on loans taken out to acquire shares is still tax-deductible, and Belgium has had a very favorable tax system in place for companies with headquarters-type activities—the so-called coordination center regime.
Belgium
28 Jul 2005
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Recent Developments Regarding EC Tax Directives (an Alternative to Treaties in Europe)
In 1990, Directive 90/435 was promulgated, introducing a streamlined system of taxation for intra-EC dividends, with the objective of exempting from withholding dividends and other profit distributions paid by subsidiaries to their qualified parent companies.
United States
14 Sep 2004
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