Head north, mobile executives — special tax advantages in the Nordic countries
In the mid-1990s, around the time that Nokia Corporation was making its watershed breakthrough on the road to becoming a global handset monolith, serious discussions were held in Finland about the country’s high tax burden on foreign employees’ salaries. Different corporate actors made the pitch that Finland’s high tax rate on foreign workers could jeopardise the country’s rising global competitiveness.
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