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Russia proposes changing tax agreement with Netherlands, eyes dividend tax

Christian Fernsby ▼ | August 6, 2020
Russia’s finance ministry proposed revising its bilateral tax agreement with the Netherlands, as Moscow looks to increase tax revenues on capital outflows.
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President Vladimir Putin in March proposed a tax on all interest and dividend payments leaving Russia, to combat capital outflows, starting next January.

Topics: Russia tax Netherlands

He warned that Russia would unilaterally withdraw from agreements with foreign partners who did not accept its suggestions.

A vast network of bilateral tax treaties around the globe has made the Netherlands a key hub for corporate entities shifting profits to lower tax jurisdictions for years and several Russian companies are registered in the Netherlands.


 

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