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Transfer pricing is getting more technical in Asia

Transfer pricing regimes in Asia are developing quickly. With India’s advance pricing agreement programme, a growing culture for dispute in China and changes to Indonesia’s legislation, to name but a few recent developments, it is important taxpayers keep themselves up to date with best practice.

One way keep up is to speak with other tax executives and industry professionals to learn how to apply tried and tested methods to dealing with transfer pricing legislation changes and how to manage the increasing compliance burden.

International Tax Review is holding its 2nd annual Global Transfer Pricing Forum, at Raffles Singapore, on October 23 & 24. Taxpayers from all industries will benefit from the quality of the forum’s speakers, which will include revenue officials, regional and global heads of tax and transfer pricing for a number of the biggest multinational corporations, thought leaders in tax and transfer pricing policy and experienced advisers.

Panel discussions will feature:

· Global transfer pricing policy developments: What they mean for your company

· India's APA programme

· Ask the authorities: Q&A session with tax authority officials

· China focus

· Indirect tax implications for TP

· Supply chain restructuring

· Industry focus Financial services

Technology, media and telecoms

Pharmaceuticals and life science

· Australia, Japan and Korea

· Practical differences in using branches vs. corporate subsidiaries for structuring international businesses

As well as receiving practical industry advice about how to deal with the common problems in transfer pricing, taxpayers will also have the opportunity to network over a two day event.

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