Global Tax Adviser, January 19, 2016.Luxembourg has approved a set of tax measures affecting corporate taxpayers, including changes to its participation exemption regime. These measures will generally apply starting January 1, 2016.
Among its legislative measures, Luxembourg has introduced a general anti-abuse rule and an anti-hybrid rule into the Luxembourg domestic participation exemption regime that mirrors amendments to the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive. The new rules in this area are in line with the wording and scope of the Directive. As a result, the provisions have been worded to explicitly clarify that the measures do not apply to dividend distributions relating to non-EU companies or dividend distributions which are not covered by the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive.
Other new Luxembourg tax measures include:
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