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  • Dealmakers 2001

    In our annual round-up of key transactions and the use of sophisticated tax planning tools, tax lawyers from five of the leading firms around the world give us an insider’s guide to executing the perfect deal


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  • Dealmakers 2001

    In our annual round-up of key transactions and the use of sophisticated tax planning tools, tax lawyers from five of the leading firms around the world give us an insider’s guide to executing the perfect deal

  • Germany focus: Private equity and venture capital rules lack clarity

    Germany has been working on its rules for private equity and venture capital funds. Assessing whether asset managing or trading funds is the activity at hand is one of the key distinctions in this often cumbersome and controversial area. By Christian Ehlermann Deloitte & Touche, Munich

  • Germany focus: New deal for German transfer pricing

    Taxpayers and tax authorities have been dealt puzzling new hands of transfer pricing cards by Germany’s highest tax court. By Alexander Vögele and William Bader, KPMG Frankfurt

  • Germany focus: ECJ drives VAT planning for German financial services

    Although the German authorities may be slow to adopt key decisions, ECJ judgments have a key impact on the VAT regime for financial services in Germany. By Wolfgang Oho and Carsten Schmidt, Andersen, Frankfurt

  • Germany focus: German hedge funds – reformed but not resolved

    German hedge fund initiators usually still choose indirect investment structures. However, a number of open questions still remain about hedge fund vehicles created for the German market. By Dr Florian Schultz, Linklaters Oppenhoff & Rädler, Frankfurt

  • Flexibility is the key to China M&A

    Foreign investors should identify the best M&A strategies to reap the benefits of WTO China. By Ryan Chang, Brendan Kelly and Annalie Hampton, Deloitte & Touche, Shanghai, Beijing and New Zealand

  • China gives preference to hi-tech industries

    China has a stated policy to encourage investment in the hi-tech industries and, as a result, a variety of special concessions are on offer to foreign investors. By Yunfang Wendy Guo, KPMG, New York

  • Tax exemption for venture capital fund investments

    Foreign investors in venture capital funds investing in Israeli hi-tech companies are to benefit from an exemption from Israeli tax. But until detailed qualifying conditions are issued, a degree of uncertainty remains. By Dr Avi Alter and Zvi Altman, tax law offices of Dr Avi Alter & Co, Tel Aviv

  • India takes a bold approach to e-commerce

    Members of the international community are fighting for their share of the e-commerce tax pie. A specialist committee in India has concluded that there is a need to ensure an equitable sharing of revenues between residence and source countries. By Vispi Patel, Deloitte Haskins & Sells, Mumbai


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