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Sullivan & Cromwell LLP 
Paris, France Office
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24, rue Jean Goujon
75008  Paris, France

Telephone: +(011) 33 1 73 04 1000
Telecopier: +(011) 33 1 73 04 1010

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Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Capital Markets, Leveraged Finance & LendingCorporate Governance
Criminal Defense & InvestigationsFinancial Services
French Tax PracticeInternational Trade & Investment/CFIUS
Mergers & AcquisitionsSecurities

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French Tax Authorities Release a List of 17 Abusive Tax Schemes: The French Tax Administration Intends To Incentivize Taxpayers that Have Already Entered into Abusive Schemes To Regularize Their Situation
Gauthier Blanluet,Marie-Aimée Delaisi,Nicolas de Boynes, May 8, 2015
In July 2014, the French tax authorities released a first list of 11 abusive tax schemes. This list was generally viewed as non-contentious as it described obvious cases of abuses of law, which were not relevant for most corporate taxpayers.

French Tax Law—Supreme Court Decision on Foreign Tax Credits: The French Supreme Court (Conseil d’Etat) Ruled That the France-China Tax Treaty Should Be Construed as Including a Tax Sparing Credit Provision, Under Which French Taxpayers Are Entitled to Foreign Tax Credits Even in The Absence of Any Withholding Tax in China
Gauthier Blanluet,Marie-Aimée Delaisi,Nicolas de Boynes, April 1, 2015
Under the provisions of the tax treaty between France and China, interest received by a French resident from Chinese sources gives right to a foreign tax credit in France corresponding to the withholding tax applicable in China. In order to foster French investments in China, the treaty used to...

French Tax Law: Landmark Court Decision Concerning the Non-Cooperative States Regime - The French Constitutional Court Has Ruled That the Non-Cooperative States Regime Must Include an Exemption for Non-Abusive Transactions
Gauthier Blanluet,Marie-Aimée Delaisi,Nicolas de Boynes, March 27, 2015
At the end of 2009, France enacted a regime applicable to transactions with non-EU Member States that do not comply with international standards on exchange of information (Non-cooperative States and Territories or “NCSTs”). The list of NCSTs, initially derived from the OECD...

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