Navigating the New Horizons of Japan's Controlled Foreign Company Regime

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In the ever-evolving landscape of international taxation, the Controlled Foreign Company (CFC) regime has emerged as a critical tool for jurisdictions seeking to curb tax avoidance through the strategic allocation of profits to subsidiaries in low-tax jurisdictions. This article aims to unpack the complexities of the CFC regime, with a focus on the recent amendments in Japan, providing a comprehensive understanding for businesses and tax professionals navigating these changes.