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France Publishes List Of Territories Exempt From CbC Local Filing

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

31 July 2020


On July 20, 2020, the French Government published in the Official Gazette a decree to expand the list of jurisdictions exempt from local filing reporting requirements under France's country-by-country (CbC) reporting regime.

CbC reports are required from groups whose annual consolidated global turnover exceeds EUR750m (USD869m). Typically such reports are filed in the jurisdiction in which the ultimate parent entity is based. A local filing obligation arises where such CbC reports are not shared with authorities in France.

The Decree of July 20, 2020, exempts from the local filing obligation groups filing CbC reports in the following jurisdictions on account of them having an agreement in place with France for the exchange of CbC reports: Andorra, the Cayman Islands, Colombia, Curacao, Monaco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Qatar, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

TAGS: Pakistan | tax | Niger | Nigeria | Cayman Islands | Colombia | Monaco | Qatar | United Kingdom | transfer pricing | France | Peru | Switzerland | Andorra

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