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Cooling-Off Periods Under Bilateral Investment Treaties Provide An Opportunity To Resolve Disputes Amicably
Under a bilateral investment treaty (BIT), when a dispute arises, there is an opportunity for investors and host states to avoid arbitration altogether by making use of the cooling-off period.
United States
29 Oct 2018
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What You Need To Know About India's 2017-18 Budget - A Global Investors' Perspective
India's 2017-18 Budget is mostly populist with a big focus on infrastructure and rural development.
India
27 Feb 2017
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Investing Into India: Mauritius And Beyond
Mauritius and India recently signed a protocol phasing out the Capital Gains Tax exemption available under their double-tax treaty with respect to the sale of Indian securities.
Worldwide
20 Jul 2016
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A Tax Office In A Tax Free Country
'Never a dull moment' has probably never been more true for tax professionals than it is today. Tax is on the political agenda worldwide and the topic catches headlines in all reputable media on a near daily basis.
United Arab Emirates
20 Jul 2016
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Taxation Of Investment In UK Commercial Real Estate
The tax regime applicable to non-UK investors in UK commercial real estate continues to be relatively generous. The tax on acquisition is low and there is generally none on disposal.
UK
11 May 2015
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What Am I Really Bid? - The Small Print Of The MAC Report
The Migration Advisory Committee today released its much leaked report on the Tier 1 (investor) visa route.
UK
9 Mar 2014
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Budget 2011 – Open For Business? (Swiss Version)
‘The Government recognises that non-domiciled individuals make a valuable contribution to the UK economy and the current tax rules can discourage them from investing their foreign income and gains in the UK'.
UK
5 Apr 2011
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