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Danish GAAR threatens taxpayers with more uncertainty and aggression

The Danish government has introduced a Bill (L167) to implement a general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR) in the country for the first time, which would enable authorities to deny treaty benefits if obtaining those benefits was the sole or main purpose of an arrangement

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