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Changes to PE allocations in Japan may complicate foreign tax credit

The Japanese Diet recently approved reforms to change the country’s general tax rules applicable to a foreign corporation (FC) with a permanent establishment (PE). The reforms, which highlight the OECD’s growing influence in Japan, are expected to create more controversy over taxable income and complicate foreign tax credit (FTC) positions.

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