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Asia Transfer Pricing

  • Editorial

  • IP in China - protection and tax optimisation

    The tax implications of IP planning are complex and they have been redefined by the new tax law in China, which became effective as of January 1 2008, say Glenn DeSouza of TPMC and Benjamin Cheong of Baker & McKenzie

  • India: Transfer pricing landscape for inbound and outbound investments

    Companies should consider the various transfer pricing issues that both inbound and outbound companies may face in India and how such issues may align with international practices, believe Sanjay Tolia and Parikshit Datta of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • Japan: Upheaval in the rules

    The past few years have seen significant changes in Japanese transfer pricing administration that make Japan an even more challenging tax jurisdiction for multinational enterprises with significant operations there, reveals Karl Gruendel of Ernst & Young Shinnihon Tax

  • Korea aims for transfer pricing and customs nirvana

    One of the most difficult challenges foreign invested multinationals doing business in Korea face is managing transfer pricing and customs risk, explain Henry An of Samil PricewaterhouseCoopers and James Jung-Hwon Chun of Hewlett-Packard Korea

  • Taiwan: Growing audit concerns

    Over the last several years, transfer pricing has been developing as enterprises and the National Tax Authority realise the importance of transfer pricing and its tax burdens and benefits, report Wendy Chiu and Dave Barberi of PricewaterhouseCoopers


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