On 15 November 2011, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) ruled that the General Court had erred in annulling the Commission decision qualifying Gibraltar’s proposed tax reform as a state aid scheme. The new corporate tax regime that the Government of Gibraltar intended to adopt was notified to the Commission by the United Kingdom in August 2004. The proposed tax regime subjected all Gibraltar companies to three taxes: a registration
The EU Court of Justice rules that the General Court has erred in annulling the Commission’s decision qualifying a proposed tax reform as a state aid scheme (Government of Gibraltar)
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