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Germany to include mandatory binding arbitration in DTAs to eliminate double taxation risk

Germany’s intent to incorporate mandatory binding arbitration provisions in current and future double taxation agreements (DTA) should allow taxpayers to eliminate the risk of double taxation in cross-border cases and help them exert pressure on tax authorities to reduce the length of disputes.

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