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Action 13: Transfer pricing documentation and country-by-country reporting

15 December 2015

The effective implementation of the arm’s-length principle is closely linked to the availability of information. In transfer pricing, the asymmetry of information between taxpayers and tax administrations can be acute, potentially opening opportunities for BEPS. For this reason, the BEPS Action Plan stressed the need to enhance transparency in general, and for transfer pricing purposes in particular. Andrew Hickman, Samia Abdelghani and Paul Hondius explain these enhancements in the context of Action 13.



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