This edition of Vox Tax analyzes the tax implications of inbound real estate investments. It also provides a high-level overview of the key tax consequences of acquiring and holding real estate investment assets across the globe.

In the report, lawyers from Dentons' Global Tax Group examine the main tax differences that may arise when investing in real estate in 21 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia. Learn about the applicable value-added taxes, withholding taxes or annual taxes that may be triggered, as well as the available deductions and pertinent restrictions.

Additionally, the 2017 Vox Tax analyzes the practices and trends of each local taxing authority with respect to tax-efficient real estate investment vehicles and common structures used to mitigate real estate tax liabilities.

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