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Corporate Tax

21 February 2020
Valery Narezhniy Calculating share of Russian immovable property for corporate income tax purposes

Russia - Gorodissky & Partners

At the end of 2019, the Federal Tax Service issued clarifications on calculating the share of Russian immovable property in the indirect sale of such property for corporate income tax purposes. The clarifications are especially relevant as the Russian tax authorities' powers have grown following the signing and ratification of a number of international agreements on the exchange of tax information in recent years.

Author: Valery Narezhniy
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