How the Spanish Supreme Court ruling in Roche Vitamins contrasts with Zimmer and Dell
The Spanish Supreme Court has made a decision on permanent establishment which not only contrasts with that of France’s Zimmer case and Norway’s Dell case but means taxpayers should re-examine structures where a Spanish company performs activities for non-resident related entities under contract.
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