With tax treaties with all the major Latin American countries - plus attractive tax breaks for foreign companies - Javier Cuenca explains why Spain is the obvious conduit for companies looking to further their growth in South America
Due to its historical, cultural and economic links with Latin America and Europe, Spain constitutes the natural bridge for the relationships between the two regions. In addition, in respect of the tax aspects of these relationships, the Spanish treaty network with Latin America makes Spanish companies attractive vehicles through which European groups could channel their Latin American expansion.
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