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Barcelona hosts global transfer pricing forum

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International Tax Review's 2005 Global Transfer Pricing Forum, in association with Baker & McKenzie, is being held on September 29 & 30 at the Hotel Arts in Barcelona. The event, in its fifth year, aims to build on previous successful editions in Berlin, New York, Amsterdam and Paris.

Leading transfer-pricing personalities from around the world will discuss issues such as how to handle controversies; intangibles; transfer pricing in emerging markets and the commercial implications of transfer pricing. Senior specialists from Baker & McKenzie will moderate each panel.

The event will also feature keynote addresses from influential policy makers and trendsetters in transfer pricing. Networking opportunities will include coffee breaks, lunch on both days and a cocktail reception on the beach beside the hotel at the end of day one.

Click here for a PDF of the conference brochure.

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