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Vote for the leading force in global transfer pricing

TPWeek is running a readers' poll on the leading force in global transfer pricing. You can vote now.

TPWeek is running a readers' poll on the leading force in global transfer pricing.

Nominations include: the Big 4; the BRICS; the Dell Norway case; GSK Canada Supreme Court decision; the Indian ITAT; the OECD; the Public Accounts Committee (PAC); the Tax Justice Network; the UN; and the World Bank.

Last year around 700 people voted, with the OECD coming out on top and receiving 31% of the vote. Other nominations included ActionAid, Pranab Mukherjee the Indian Minister of Finance, PwC and the Taskforce on Financial Integrity and Economic Development.

The nominations this year, put forward by TPWeek's editorial team, are listed below, with the opportunity to cast your vote at the bottom of this page. The nominations represent some of the biggest transfer pricing developments and headlines over the past year.

Remember: a leading force does not necessarily have to have a positive impact but it does need to have an overwhelming impact on the outcome and development of transfer pricing policy. Cast your vote now. Voting closes on May 13 2013.

To place your vote, and to see why this year's 10 nominations were put forward, click here.

more across site & bottom lb ros

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