On 10 July 2015, the government’s council approved a bill containing various new tax measures which will have an impact on most multinational groups with subsidiaries in Luxembourg. Whilst the text of the bill is not yet available, the press release issued by the Luxembourg government indicated that the key measures included in the new bill are as follows:
The bill must now be voted by the Luxembourg parliament. In parallel, the Luxembourg government is currently working on a comprehensive tax reform for 2017.
Most of the above provisions should further enhance the attractiveness of Luxembourg for international investors. Luxembourg corporate taxpayers should nevertheless assess the possible consequences of these new measures once the actual text of the bill is available.
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