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Crimean unrest creates unique tax situation

12 June 2014

Jon Montgomery

Political uncertainty in Crimea is reflected in the tax market, and this has resulted in a variety of approaches by Crimean entities. The majority of these are considered short term, damage-control strategies. Re-registration with Russia is now a popular option for companies with material assets in Crimea, though this practice could bring political fallout with Ukraine.



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