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Hybrid Mismatch Arrangements – Recommendations for Domestic Law

  • Montserrat Hermosin Àlvarez
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Zusammenfassung

The globalisation process we are currently immersed in has brought about many advantages. In terms of international taxation, however, globalisation has uncovered significant shortcomings that have contributed to the erosion of national tax bases. We have recently bared witness to low or non-existent taxation of international operations based on hybrid mechanisms. A series of fiscal practices are indeed proliferating.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universidad Pablo OlavideSevillaSpanien

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