Double tax treaties

November 1983
Accountancy;Nov83, Vol. 94 Issue 1083, p12
Trade Publication
Reports double tax treaties of Great Britain with Indonesia and Luxembourg. Desire of renegotiation of the treaty by Indonesia; Protocol denying the entitlement to a tax credit for non-residents of Luxembourg; Right of appeal contained in the protocol.


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