Tax on foreign entity

Hi guys,

I have been looking for an answer on Dutch government websites, but it was a bit confusing. If you are having a company (corporation from the US) and actively manage it in another country, from my understanding this would be "the effective center of management" so it is taxable in the residential country of the manager. However, on the conditions I am considering to do business, my company then seems to be a non-permanent establishment (according to business dot gov dot nl), which I only have to register if I pay myself.

So far info is easy to read, but it feels like I don't find the answer I am looking for. What taxes do I have to pay?

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