by Jacob Stein
From a U.S. standpoint, no issue drives the structure of a Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deal more so than taxation. The parties can negotiate and agree to all the other terms, but tax will determine how the transaction is structured, what is possible and what is not. This article will examine in detail the U.S. tax consequences of inbound investments and how to properly structure them.
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