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Capital duty to be abolished as of 2016

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The costs arising from the capital duty, especially for internal Group restructuring measures, were not insignificant. Up until now contributions of capital were generally subject to a capital duty of one percent. The elimination of this tax facilitates the process of equity capital financing.   

The capital duty represents a capital transaction tax on the initial equity investment as well as capital increases by Austrian limited liability companies and “hidden” corporations (GmbH & Co KG). In addition, this tax is also imposed on grants, debt waivers, other disclosed or hidden capital contributions as well as profit-related borrowings (e.g. profit participation loans and participation

 

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