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- Alternative investment funds have suffered substantial withdrawals and redemptions as a result of the economic crisis, requiring fund managers to operate with reduced assets and shrinking fees. And as if that was not enough of a problem, they are also likely to have a tougher time with tax authorities
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- In: Tax planning international review. - London. - Vol. 36 (2009),
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