Poland removes Liechtenstein from its black list

On 9 June 2017 the Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein issued a press release stating that Liechtenstein has been removed from the Polish black list of low-tax countries.

Removing Liechtenstein from the black list is a consequence of the signing of the agreement between Liechtenstein and the EU Member States to exchange information on tax matters automatically and upon request. This agreement is in force since 1 January 2016.

The removal from the Polish black list further contributes to strengthening Liechtenstein as a business location. In particular, it helps Liechtenstein based companies in the areas of transfer pricing documentation and controlled-foreign-company regulation. Liechtenstein based companies no longer automatically fall within the scope of these anti-abuse rules. Thus, anti-abuse rules only apply if the specific preconditions based on Polish legislation are fulfilled.

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