Another commonly used device is to exclude specific types of companies that enjoy tax privileges in their state of residence. Over 15 treaties contain provisions excluding certain entities from claiming treaty benefits. They focus on entities intended to be foreign-held and exempt from tax either generally or on foreign income. There are four basic forms of clause designed to exclude tax favoured entities, and they are described below.

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