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Romania adopted the 6 months extension of the reporting deadlines and of the mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation, imposed following the implementation of (EU) Directive 2018/822 (“DAC 6”) in Romania.
Romanian companies could benefit from a series of tax reductions if they increase and/or improve their equity position. The measure, adopted by emergency ordinance, was taken as many Romanian companies are undercapitalized and, therefore, having limited sustainable development perspectives.
As companies expand globally, their global tax and treasury strategies need to become more integrated, flexible and sustainable.
For both domestic businesses and multi-national companies, compliance with an increasing number of tax rules, more rigorous and coordinated enforcement by tax authorities, and ongoing staffing constraints continue to be a challenge.
All transactions—whether mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, equity investments, or divestitures—raise complex issues regarding potential tax risks and provide opportunities to implement practical strategies to improve tax efficiency and certainty.
In light of today's dynamic global economic environment and the potential for legislative changes, assessing a multinational's global business model may no longer be an optional exercise.
Increasingly, companies looking to grow revenues and increase profitability are expanding sales and operations into new geographies.
Deloitte delivers deep knowledge of tax and statutory requirements as well as a breadth of experience applying them in practice worldwide.
Starting with 1 January 2018, significant changes were enforced in the Romanian Tax Code as a result of the transposing of the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive.
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