Miscellaneous 2007

Foreign hybrid entity rules - close but not close enough

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 19 Sep 2007


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This paper covers:

  • why the rules were needed
  • were the problems fixed
  • what was delivered
  • what new problems have been created.

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Foreign hybrid entity rules - close but not close enough

Author(s): Neil Billyard CTA
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  • Published By: Neil Billyard CTA
  • Published On:19 Sep 2007
  • Took place at:Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, Sydney

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