Germany: Reshaping private equity
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown may take some comfort from the fact that he is not alone in receiving calls to review and reshape the domestic regulatory and tax environment of private equity. According to an agreement between the German coalition government parties, private equity investment companies will be granted tax benefits amounting to E500m (£336m) per annum in Germany as of 2008. Similar measures have been discussed among experts for a considerable time in Germany, in order to stimulate the market.
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