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UN adds one more dimension to transfer pricing guidance

01 September 2011

Sophie Ashley

As the UN’s star in global transfer pricing rises, officials, taxpayers and practitioners are discussing the role it plays in shaping policy and how that affects the OECD. Sophie Ashley explores the multiple dimensions of international transfer pricing guidance.



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