Archive of month: August 2017

Non-domiciled tax residence in Cyprus for individuals

Cyprus affords individuals who do not reside in another country for over 183 days in total annually, the opportunity to become non-domiciled tax residents in Cyprus. Becoming a tax resident in Cyprus can be triggered through either: spending a total of 183 days of the year concerned in Cyprus; or spending a total of 60 […]
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Joint Ventures under Cyprus Merger Control

  A concentration of undertakings is deemed to be of major importance and meet the jurisdictional thresholds set out in the Control of Concentrations Between Undertakings Law 83(I) of 2014 (the Law) where: the aggregate turnover achieved by at least two of the undertakings concerned exceeds, (in relation to each one of them) €3.5 million […]
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Foreign Investment Protection in Cyprus

Cyprus is a member of the European Union and the Eurozone. It features on the ‘white list’ of the OECD and has committed to the highest standards of transparency, assuming an early-adopter status for the automatic exchange of information on tax matters. Cyprus provides an established, stable and solid legislative framework under which foreign investment […]
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