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EU Advocate General: UK and Gibraltar ‘one entity’ for tax issues

01 February 2017

Joe Stanley-Smith

Companies could continue to face a double tax charge after an Opinion from a European Court of Justice (ECJ) advocate general said that the UK and Gibraltar should be treated as a single entity for tax purposes in the high-profile Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Commission case.



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