One hundred and fifty years ago, on 16 April 1869, the first modern double taxation agreement was signed in Berlin between the Kingdom of Prussia and the Kingdom of Saxony. Avoiding double taxation in cross-border cases was already an important concern at the time, and its significance has increased steadily ever since. Over the years, Germany’s double taxation agreements with other countries have significantly increased in quantity and improved in quality.

To mark the 150th anniversary of double taxation agreements, the 6th International Tax Symposium on 8 May 2019 will focus on recent challenges in the area of German and international tax treaty policy.

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