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The age of the multinational

Dan Barabas introduces the 2019 International Tax Review Transfer Pricing Controversy guide, in association with Deloitte.

Not a day passes without a publisher lamenting the infinite challenges posited by a 24-hour, diversified news cycle, and the disruption this has caused to industry and governance as the lines between arbiter and contributor blur.

Luckily, the world of tax policy and regulation has remained relatively stable, with tax authorities globally progressing (surely but slowly) towards a more harmonised and transparent system of taxation under the OECD's BEPS initiative.

Amid all this noise, disruption and 'fake news', International Tax Review has partnered with Deloitte to produce an authoritative compendium to best understand and reference the key trends, challenges and opportunities facing both tax authorities and multinationals when it comes to transfer pricing.

As multinationals grow in international presence, supply chains become more complex, and citizens become more mobile, there has never been a more suitable window for an internationally focused TP Controversy guide.

We hope you find the 2019 guide useful.

Dan Barabas

Commercial editor

International Tax Review

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