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How Irish insurance firm profits are taxable for Dutch shareholders

The District Court of the Hague has ruled, in a transfer pricing dispute, that the profits of an Irish reinsurance company are considered taxable income for its Dutch shareholder. Eduard Sporken and Dirk Brouwers of KPMG Meijburg & Co discuss the case and its implications.

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