International double taxation is one of the main obstacles to cross-border trade and investment, and to the free movement of people, goods, services and capital within the European Union. The need to eliminate or mitigate international double taxation has become increasingly decisive, and has even become a competitive advantage.
In order to eliminate or mitigate these obstacles, states are seeking to regulate and define the allocation of tax rights in situations where there are trans...
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