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Global Legal Insights' 2019 Corporate Tax Belgian guide is now available

Global Legal Insights' 2019 Corporate Tax Belgian guide is now avai

Global Legal Insights' 2019 Corporate Tax Belgian guide is now available

03.09.2019 BE law

The Global Legal Insights' 2019 Corporate Tax Belgian guide is now available. Stibbe Brussels' tax lawyers Henk Verstraete, Lizelotte De Maeyer and Hannelore Niesten are its exclusive co-authors.

The publication focuses, a.o., on key developments affecting corporate tax law and practice, the tax climate in Belgium, developments affecting attractiveness for holding companies and new tax rules following the corporate law reform.

You can read the chapter (free of charge) at the following link

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