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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kristina Monakhova
Legal Regulation of the Taxation of Income of Permanent Representative Offices of Foreign Organizations in the Russian Federation
Financial, Tax and Customs Law
(Master’s programme)
2017
Legal regulation in this category is carried out both by international norms of law and by the national legislation of the country in whose territory the foreign organization operates. In the sphere of taxation of foreign organizations, there are certainly issues of mutual influence and correlation of the norms of the national tax legislation with the existing provisions of international treaties, which, accordingly, requires a comprehensive analysis of the institution of permanent representation, not only through analysis of Russian legislation, practice and doctrine, but also through international treaties and foreign Experience in this field of research.

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