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BEPS and Digital Taxation

By Offshore-E-Com Editorial
This Offshore-Ecom special feature looks at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project, which is attempting to usher in major changes to...
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E-Commerce Focus On Curaçao

Sponsored by E-Commerce Park
With its low tax, business friendly ‘E-Zone’ legislation, advanced telecommunications infrastructure, and sophisticated business environment, the Caribbean island of Curaao is now a very attractive proposition for e-commerce companies looking to locate operations or back-up facilities in the Americas region.

The jurisdiction of Curaao was created on October 10, 2010 when the Netherlands Antilles was dissolved and became two separate jurisdictions, the second being Sint Maarten. At the same time, the other three islands that made up the Netherlands Antilles (Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba) became special overseas municipalities of the Netherlands. Curaao lies about 50 km north of Venezuela and is about 2.5 hours by air from Miami.
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