Greece 'Being Forced to Cancel' Witholding Taxes on Sources Abroad

Greece 'Being Forced to Cancel' Witholding Taxes on Sources Abroad

Greece might be forced into abandoning the 26% withholding tax it imposed in March on all transactions from sources in Bulgaria, Cyprus and Ireland, recent media reports suggest.
A copy of the document agreed by Greece and international lenders earlier this week and obtained by FT suggests the government in Athens will have to apply a host of measures in order to receive 85 billion euros in funding.
Reversing the introduction of cross-border withholding taxes which Greek companies operating abroad were levied is apparently among the actions the cabinet of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will have to take

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