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German reforms force mutual fund rethink

Germany’s 1999 tax reform act, enacted by the legislature on March 19 1999, contains numerous changes to the taxation of domestic and registered foreign mutual funds. These amendments affect both investors and the mutual funds themselves. This article highlights the tax implications of the new law for foreign investment funds held by German investors.

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