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Corporate Tax
8.
Indirect taxes
8.1
What indirect taxes (eg, goods or service tax, consumption tax, broadcasting tax, value added tax, excise tax) could a corporate taxpayer be exposed to?
 
Gibraltar
Corporate taxpayers could be exposed to import duty on the importation of certain goods, if applicable. If they are employers, they will also be liable for payments of employer social insurance contributions. Stamp duty may be payable on the transfer of a property owned by a Gibraltar company.

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8.2
Are transfer or other taxes due in relation to the transfer of interests in corporate entities?
 
Gibraltar
No.

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