Israel as a Tax Haven for the
European Corporate Investor?

By Gil Even-Shoshan
December 2000
Leuven University Press
ISBN: 90-5867-091-0
64 Pages
$35.50 paper original

The author analyzes the tax consequences of investing in Israel from the perspective of the repatriation of profits following direct investments and of investments geared at using Israel as a bridge to the United States, taking advantage of Israel's Free Trade Agreements with the European Union and with the US. The author concludes that investing in Israel, while not specifically a tax haven, the taxation climate is quite favorable.

Law; Finance
Leuven Law Series, No. 14

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