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International Expansion

Roopa Aitken international tax director and Danny Beeton head of transfer pricing at Grant Thornton discuss the tax and transfer pricing considerations for companies expanding overseas
Many successful UK businesses consider expanding overseas in order to open the door to new customers increased sales and hopefully increased profits. However expanding overseas will also mean that a UK company will have to consider for the first time not only the tax rules in another country but also how those rules interact with the UK tax rules. Although a company will no doubt be willing to pay its fair share of tax in each country it will want to ensure that it is not suffering any double taxation as a result of moving overseas.

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