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Why the ECJ’s ruling on Spanish exit tax creates uncertainty for multinationals

The European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) decision that Spanish companies transferring assets to another EU member state can defer exit tax payment was unsurprising given the court’s rulings in National Grid Indus and Portugal v Commission. But advisers say the ECJ is leaving important questions unanswered.

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