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April 27, 2012
Today, the world’s taxing authorities are looking for more revenue from
increasingly limited sources. Many developing nations, eager for their
fair share of the tax pie, are enacting transfer pricing rules. But what
form should those rules take?
April 19, 2012
Today’s issue of Transfer Pricing Report is a milestone for the publication: we’ve now been reporting on these issues for 20 years! So how have things changed?
April 10, 2012
Multinational companies operating in the BRIC countries face some
daunting challenges. In Brazil, government-imposed profit margins cause
frequent double taxation. In Russia, OECD-style transfer pricing rules
were adopted only last July.
April 3, 2012
The Internal Revenue Service’s annual statutory report on advance
pricing agreements for 2011, released April 2, shows a drop in both
completed APAs and new cases filed, with completions down to 43 from 69
from 2010 and applications down to 96 from an all-time high of 144 the
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D.C. Transfer Pricing Challenge Moves Toward Trial
Uncertainty in the Financial Services Area
Chinese Official Speaks to Human Cost of Location Savings