September 15, 2013

In September, CIS Management B.V. was represented at the conference Invest in Moscow, that was held in Amsterdam and Eindhoven from the 11th until 13th of September.

Representatives of the Moscow Government acquainted the European business community with the main investment mechanisms available in Moscow and gave an overview of the tax, property and other supporting and stimulating measures for industrial manufacture in the city area and promotional conditions for small and middle sized companies.
Discussions held during the presentations and individual delegations in the format of round tables focused on the support and development of small and middle sized companies in Moscow, as well as the attraction of investment to the development of industrial areas (technoparks, technopolises, industrial parks, business incubators) and other priority spheres such as healthcare, education, power engineering, industry and innovations.
Besides receiving highly valued information, the CIS Management team used the opportunity to interact with the Business Community in the Netherlands and Representatives of the Moscow Government.

September 10, 2013

On the basis of the Vale-case, case C-378/10 dated 12 July 2012, the European Court of Justice ruled, as a result of the freedom of establishment, the possibility of a cross-border conversion.

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September 4, 2013

The Netherlands move to more transparency and compliance with substance requirements

On August 30, 2013 , The Vice Minister of Finance presented in a letter the results of investigations regarding violations/abuse of tax treaties concluded by the Netherlands. The Netherlands reconfirmed to actively embrace the action plan of the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), published on July 19, 2013. The Vice Minister drew attention to the fact that measures should be taken at the global level (or at least at the level of the European Union) and execution of treaties shall be mutually binding for both sides of the treaty.

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