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Russian 'deoffshorisation law': bring the boys back home! (Russian)

11 December 2014

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On 18 November 2014 the State Duma (the lower chamber of Russian Parliament) approved a set of amendments to the Russian Tax Code for the purpose of implementing what has commonly been described as Russia's "deoffshorisation law" ("Deoffshorisation...

Russia Update: Summer/Autumn Issue 2014

8 December 2014

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Hot topics discussed in the Summer / Autumn 2014 issue include: sanctions, Russian ban on selected food imports and the 'Rotenberg' Law deoffshorisation bill signed into law and Russian response to FATCA massive amendments to the Land Code new rules...

Real estate finance – identifying common pitfalls and solutions

1 December 2014

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As the real estate finance market has returned to strength over the last two years, the London property market has boomed and spreads have continued to tighten, it is easy to lose sight of the protections needed should things go wrong. Here, Clifford Chance experts...

The Constitutional Court upholds the COBRACE car park capacity threshold

28 November 2014

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On 2 May 2013, the Brussels Parliament approved the Brussels Code on Air, Climate and Energy Management (COBRACE). The COBRACE provides various measures to improve air quality and energy efficiency of buildings and to protect the climate. As part of these measures,...

Foreign investment regulation in Australia

24 November 2014

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Foreign investment in Australia is governed by a complex combination of law and policy. Inbound investments by foreign persons in Australian businesses and assets over stipulated thresholds will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine whether the transaction...

Russian 'deoffshorisation law': bring the boys back home! (English)

20 November 2014

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On 18 November 2014 the State Duma (the lower chamber of Russian Parliament) approved a set of amendments to the Russian Tax Code for the purpose of implementing what has commonly been described as Russia's "deoffshorisation law" ("Deoffshorisation...

Der Mindestlohn kommt – und er geht alle etwas an!

13 November 2014

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Ab dem 1. Januar 2015 gilt in Deutschland ein allgemeiner flächendeckender gesetzlicher Mindestlohn. "Die Höhe des Mindestlohns beträgt ab dem 1. Januar 2015 brutto 8,50 EUR je Zeitstunde." Klingt einfach – und viele...

Planning Reform: Deemed Discharge of Planning Conditions to go ahead

7 November 2014

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The Government plans to introduce a regime for "deemed discharge" of certain planning conditions. In some cases, this should help to unblock delays in the planning process. It remains to be seen whether this will also result in more early refusals of...