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Netherlands court reinforces ECJ position on Dutch fiscal unity regime

12 December 2014

Joe Stanley-Smith

Judgments in three cases by the Court of Appeals Amsterdam (CAA) yesterday have stated that the Netherlands’s restrictions on its fiscal unity rules go against European freedom of establishment principles.



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