Why Germany will not drop tax on corporate lending

Following a recent ruling by the European Court of Justice, the German Finance Ministry is looking again at aspects of the country’s Corporation Taxes Act governing thin capitalization. But lending banks may be disappointed by the review say Martin Krause and Karin Hauenschild of Linklaters Oppenhoff & Rädler

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