Miscellaneous 2008

Permanent establishments in the 21st century"Some tricks, traps and trends

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 10 Oct 2008


As the nature and style of business operations have evolved, the concept of permanent establishment (PE) has also had to evolve. This presentation considers various issues for corporates associated with having a PE in Australia or an overseas jurisdiction, whether this be by deliberate design or unintended consequence, including:

  • an update on the status of the "virtual PE"
  • is it ever helpful to have a PE?
  • recent Australian developments and trends
  • highlights and anecdotes from around the world.

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Permanent establishments in the 21st century

Author(s): Rob Bentley , Anthony Klein CTA


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Miscellaneous 2008

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