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Luxembourg’s exchange of information under double tax treaties

Luxembourg’s exchange of information under double tax treaties

Luxembourg’s exchange of information under double tax treaties

31.10.2014 LU law

 

The exchange of information for tax purposes under double tax treaties has been a hot topic in Luxembourg for the past few years and will continue to be so. This article aims to provide an updated summary of how such exchange of information has been carried out in Luxembourg, related case-law, and prospective changes.

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