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  • Tax director looks for relief from complexity

    Tax accounting, transfer pricing and having enough people to do the job are some of the challenges facing the leader of a company's tax department today, Paul Morton of Reed Elsevier tells International Tax Review


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  • Tax director looks for relief from complexity

    Tax accounting, transfer pricing and having enough people to do the job are some of the challenges facing the leader of a company's tax department today, Paul Morton of Reed Elsevier tells International Tax Review

  • Linklaters triumph at European Tax Awards

    Linklaters carried off four awards at International Tax Review's European Tax Awards 2006 in London, including the most prestigious prize of the evening for European tax firm of the year

  • Taxpayers pin hopes for change on new government

    Canada's new minority government is unlikely to introduce any dramatic policy shifts so its impact on international tax issues is likely to be limited, though plenty need its attention, explains Stephen Bowman of Bennett Jones

  • Changes to APA programme will help taxpayers

    A recently issued notice had spurred development of China's APA programme. The programme can be useful to address not only cross-border but also intra-China transfer-pricing issues, explain Spencer Chong and Qisheng Yu of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • How Dutch practice fits with European transfer pricing code

    The EU's policy on transfer pricing documentation requires more information than its Dutch equivalent. Taxpayers should consider the benefits of following the European model, believe Monique van Herksen and Folkert Idsinga of Baker & McKenzie

  • How transfer pricing strategy can contribute to value leakage

    Julian Robertson-Kellie and Shiv Mahalingham of Ernst & Young discuss how to combat value leakage that is attributable to inadequate transfer pricing polices for intra-group transactions and whether traditional transfer pricing policy is appropriate today


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