Mon, Jul 18, 2016

Victoria Richards Explores the Risks of Moroccan Tax Law in Middle East Markets Magazine

In the latest edition of Middle East Markets, Victoria Richards, director in the Disputes and Investigations practice, writes about Moroccan tax law and the potential risks to investors. 
Victoria writes that whilst the Moroccan authorities have introduced a range of tax and administrative incentives to encourage inward investment, there are restrictions in Moroccan tax law in relation to provisions for bad and doubtful debts which may cost investors dear if they are unaware of the detail of local legislation. 
Read the full article in Middle East Markets

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