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Liechtenstein has adopted a number of tax treaties

The Agreement on Avoidance of Double Taxation between Liechtenstein and the Czech Republic entered into force at the end of 2014. Also from 1 January 2015 came into force of the Agreement for the Avoidance of Double Taxation with Malta, Canada, China and Singapore.

The Liechtenstein Parliament has also adopted a number of changes that will be applied to the tax period of 2014, in particular, for companies:

- The nominal interest deduction rate is set at 6%;

- Losses from foreign PE or from a foreign group of companies may be deducted in the parent company in Liechtenstein for five years;

- Capital gains from the sale or liquidation of state or foreign legal entities, obtained by both residents and non-residents is exempt from taxation.



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