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Former German thin capitalisation rules fail non-discrimination test

The Supreme Tax Court in Germany has clarified that not only did the country’s old thin capitalisation rules not comply with the freedom of establishment provision of the European Community (EC) treaty, but they also infringed the non-discrimination clause of treaties relating to companies resident in non-EC countries.

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