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Gimle’s ECJ win prevents Belgium turning exempted capital gains into taxable profits

The European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) decision to disallow the Belgian tax authorities’ attempt to turn exempt capital gains into taxable profits in the Gimle case gives taxpayers certainty on the accounting treatment of acquisitions and removes the need to undertake contrived intra-group transactions to obtain an exemption.

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