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Germany

  • Tackling the tax future

    Bernd Jonas, of ThyssenKrupp, talks to Ralph Cunningham about the challenges facing tax executives in Germany and what the government should be doing to help business

  • Guidance reassures M&A investors

    The German M&A tax environment has been the subject of some legislative change in the recent past. Any transactions require careful planning, point out Christian Ehlermann, Manfred Guenkel and Christoph Röper of Deloitte

  • Amendments tackle tax and investment ambiguities

    Recent legislative changes have cleared up a lot of uncertainty concerning the tax treatment of private equity and venture capital funds, reveals Oliver Dörfler of Haarmann Hemmelrath

  • Proper structuring is essential to holding company success

    Taxpayers need to be aware that the environment for holding companies in Germany is changing constantly, warn Franz Prinz zu Hohenlohe and Stephan Behnes of KPMG

  • Finance ministry unveils more transfer-pricing regulation

    Germany has published a draft decree dealing with the administrative procedures of transfer pricing. More guidance is likely at a national and EU level, point out Dieter Endres, Andrew Miles and Andreas Oestreicher of PricewaterhouseCoopers


International Correspondents