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Changes in immigration law in Czech Republic

Published: Dmitriy Batrakov | 15.09.2017 | blog

Recently, the President of the Czech Republic has adopted the amendments to the Law "On the Residence of foreign citizens" (hereinafter - the Law). The basis for such changes to the Law was the obligation of the implementation of the EU Directives on seasonal employment and permits for the employees transferred within the framework of international concern. However, the bill introduces various measures to combat illegal employment, the problem of which is acute in the Czech Republic. In addition, a number of measures are being introduced for the immigration support of the new investors. The specified changes are the largest since the times of introduction of the institution of the Labor Card in 2014 and they will come into force during August of this year. In view of the fact that the amendments to the Law are directly related to the creation and promotion of business in the Czech Republic, then we will focus on the key points and try to understand them. Some of the changes will affect the certain categories of the citizens who are not the EU citizens and have seasonal employment, as well as the managers, specialists and trainees of the international corporations who have been...

New requirements of czech legislation to relations of parties before conclusion of m&a contracts

Published: Olena Kamenetska | 13.09.2017 | blog

Pre-contractual liability regarding M & A deals in the Czech Republic If you are going to start negotiations on mergers and acquisitions of the companies, or you are already such party, you should pay attention to our next material. The new complex pre-contractual obligations of the parties are applied in the Czech Republic. As we can understand from the title, pre-contractual obligations usually arise from the relations of the parties before the conclusion of the formalized contract. In case of mergers and acquisitions deals, they arise before the conclusion of a contract of sale or other similar contract. Until then, the mutual rights and obligations of the parties are often governed by a simple contract of intentions or an agreement on the non-disclosure of confidential information. As a result, the important aspects of the relationship between the parties before the conclusion of a sales contract or a similar contract may be consequently governed by the applicable legislative provisions on pre-contractual liability. Taking into account the importance of this phase of the preparation of M & A deals, as well as the costs incurred by the parties (for example, for legal and...

Corporate Tax Rate 2016

Published: Sergey Panov | 17.03.2016 | news
Corporate tax in 2016

UK - The Corporation Tax main rate for 1 April 2016 is set at 20%. This rate will fall to 19% for the year beginning 1 April 2017, and to 18% for the year beginning 1 April 2020.Hong Kong - Profits tax levied at rate of 16,5% for companies carrying on business in Hong Kong (and 15% for unincorporated businesses) on relevant income earned in or derived from Hong Kong.Ireland - Standard corporation tax rate on trading income is 12,5% and 25% on non-trading income.Cyprus - Corporate tax rate is 12,5%. Certain types of income subject to Special Contribution for Defense at rates of 17%(dividends), 30%(interest) and 3%(rents).Latvia – Rate is 15%.Belize - All non-CARICOM residents, who have any taxable receipts originating from Belize, or in respect of any service provided in Belize, are required to pay business taxes as follows: Dividends - 15%, Insurance Premiums - 25%, Interest on Loans - 15%, Management fees - 25%, Rental of plant and equipment - 25%, Technical Services - 25%.British Virgin Islands - No income tax.United Arab Emirates - Income tax decrees currently enforced on oil and gas companies and branches of foreign banks. Oil and gas companies subject to...