Donald Trump has sworn as new President of the United States. His election brought the international tax arena into a frenzy. The stage seems set for the most comprehensive rewrite of the US Tax Code since 1986. Headline proposals include, amongst the most discussed ones, the reduction of the corporate tax rate from 35% to 15% and repealing the current deferral of tax on overseas earnings. Moreover, the tax plan to be developed by the Trump’s administration will by no doubt trigger significant repercussions on the EU-US relationships in the wake of the recent EU initiatives against US corporate moguls such as Amazon, Apple and McDonalds. The current status quo of international trade law is also likely to be reshaped in wake of the position President Trump expressed in rendering America again a favorable country to attract investments.
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13 February 2017
Ludovici Piccone & Partners organizes a roundtable on the Impact of US Tax Reform on MNEs
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