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German rules pierce corporate veil

The German CFC regime was, like many others, founded on the principles of the US’ Subpart F. Since its inception in 1972, the rules have been adapted to focus on capital investments. Mark Smith and Diether Laudan of Ernst & Young in Stuttgart explain the rules

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