Washington (Sept. 2, 2003) -- New proposed regulations from the Treasury Department provide detailed rules on the tax treatment of contingent payment debt instruments that are denominated in a foreign currency.
Existing regulations cover the tax treatment of non-contingent debt instruments denominated in foreign currency, and on contingent payment debt instruments not denominated in foreign currency. The new proposed regulations fill the gap between these two existing sets of rules.
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