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Controversy relating to interest paid by U.S. lessors of Mexican real property

Real estate investment in Mexico has remained, throughout the years, an important focus of direct foreign investors. The country offers opportunities for various types of investment in housing, as well as industrial, commercial, and tourism-related real property. The Mexican market and its players a... Full description

Journal Title: Tax Management International Journal 2010-09-10, Vol.39 (9), p.529
Main Author: Gonzalez Orta, Ricardo
Other Authors: Martinez D'Meza, Mauricio , Linero, Luis
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Language: English
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Publisher: Washington: Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
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title: Controversy relating to interest paid by U.S. lessors of Mexican real property
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  • Martinez D'Meza, Mauricio
  • Linero, Luis
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  • Corporate income tax
  • Foreign investment
  • Foreign investments
  • Foreign source income taxation
  • Income taxes
  • Laws, regulations and rules
  • Lessors
  • Permanent establishment
  • Real estate
  • Real estate investment
  • Tax basis
  • Tax collections
  • Tax courts
  • Tax legislation
  • Tax treaties
  • Taxation
  • Withholding taxes
ispartof: Tax Management International Journal, 2010-09-10, Vol.39 (9), p.529
description: Real estate investment in Mexico has remained, throughout the years, an important focus of direct foreign investors. The country offers opportunities for various types of investment in housing, as well as industrial, commercial, and tourism-related real property. The Mexican market and its players are mature and knowledgeable and, despite all the other variables that have impacted direct foreign investment, real estate remains an expanding sector of the economy. Mexico has sophisticated provisions governing the operation and taxation of real estate activities and income derived from immovable property (real property). Under the Mexican Income Tax Law, a 25% withholding tax is imposed on the gross income derived from a lease payment, unless the rate is reduced under the provisions of an applicable income tax treaty. For US investors, the US-Mexico Income Tax Treaty provides for an alternative form of taxation of income from immovable property. Mexico has a long and painful history of resorting to treaty overrides.
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