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European Union Corporate Tax Law

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  • Date Published: April 2013
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  • isbn: 9781107352483

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  • How does EU law affect Member State corporate tax systems and the cross-border activities of companies? This unique study traces the historical development of EU corporate tax law and provides an in-depth analysis of a number of issues affecting companies, groups of companies and permanent establishments. Existing legislation, soft-law and the case-law of the Court of Justice are examined. The proposed CCCTB Directive and its potential application through enhanced co-operation are also considered. In addition to the tax issues pertaining to direct investment, the author examines the taxation of passive investment income, corporate reorganisations, exit taxes and the restrictive effect of domestic anti-abuse regimes. By doing so, the convergences and divergences arising from the interplay of EU corporate tax law and international tax law, especially the OECD model, are uncovered and highlighted.

    • Assessment of the impact of EU law on companies, groups of companies and corporate investors will assist students, lawyers, government officials and academics to understand the current situation
    • Examines the interaction between EU corporate tax law and both international tax law and the OECD model, making this useful for readers from non-EU countries and those working in international tax law
    • Analyses recent cases and legislative proposals and offers a thought-provoking discussion of the current problems faced by companies in their cross-border activities
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    "Against this background the book by Christiana HJI Panayi could hardly have been more timely. It is a comprehensive analysis of EU corporate tax law, demonstrating great knowledge and insight. It represents a great addition to existing literature and - this reviewer has no doubt - will soon become a reference in this area."
    Rita de la Feria, British Tax Review

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    • Date Published: April 2013
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781107352483
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    1. The historical background to EU corporate tax law
    2. EU corporate tax legislation
    3. The common consolidated corporate tax base
    4. The Court of Justice and the development of EU corporate tax law
    5. Tax obstacles to the cross-border movement of companies - direct investment
    6. Tax obstacles to cross-border portfolio investment
    7. Reorganisations under EU tax law
    8. Tax avoidance and EU law
    EU corporate tax law: interim conclusions and thoughts.

  • Author

    Christiana HJI Panayi, Queen Mary University of London
    Christiana H. J. I. Panayi is a senior lecturer in tax law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London, where she teaches EU tax law and international tax law. She is also a research fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and a visiting professor at University of Paris IV, Paris-Sorbonne. She has published extensively in the area of EU and international tax law and speaks regularly at tax conferences. She is also a solicitor of England and Wales and an advocate of the Cyprus Supreme Court.

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