UK rules on gains from non-resident companies infringe free movement of capital

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has handed down a ruling stating that UK tax legislation concerning the attribution of gains to participators in non-resident companies treated domestic and cross-border activities differently, and so infringed the free movement of capital.

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