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TPWeek’s top picks for 2013

It has been a very busy year for international transfer pricing developments. Check out TPWeek’s top picks for 2013.

UK House of Commons debate on corporate tax avoidance

How Vale mining got its tax so wrong in Brazil and Switzerland

How to calculate the UK patent box

What the US bilateral safe harbour should look like

Indian guidance on R&D centres fails to reduce taxpayer confusion

SAT’s Liao Tizhong emphasises China’s commitment to developing its transfer pricing regime

Australian TP Bill: ongoing losses, financing structures and business restructuring at risk

Norwegian interest deduction proposals could force companies to consider mergers or group contribution arrangements

UN China chapter: Issues raised on contract R&D

Shell India’s impact on corporates: Issuing shares to overseas parents at an alleged discount

Global head of tax’s guide to approaching secondment and PE

How the tax market thinks the BEPS Action Plan will impact transfer pricing

Why India’s draft safe harbour rules may need work before gaining popularity with taxpayers

OECD questions the reality of implementing country-by-country reporting

Germany issues draft regulation for the profit attribution to permanent establishments

How to choose the right supply chain restructuring model

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David Pickstone and Anastasia Nourescu of Stewarts review the facts and implications of Ørsted’s appeal at the Upper Tribunal.
The Internal Revenue Service will lose the funding as part of the US debt limit deal, while Amazon UK reaps the benefits of the 130% ‘super-deduction’.
The European Commission wanted to make an example of US companies like Apple, but its crusade against ‘sweetheart’ tax rulings may be derailed at the CJEU.
The OECD has announced that a TP training programme is about to conclude in West Africa, a region that has been plagued by mispricing activities for a number of years.
Richard Murphy and Andrew Baker make the case for tax transparency as a public good and how key principles should lead to a better tax system.
‘Go on leave, effective immediately’, PwC has told nine partners in the latest development in the firm’s ongoing tax scandal.
The forum heard that VAT professionals are struggling under new pressures to validate transactions and catch fraud, responsibilities that they say should lie with governments.
The working paper suggested a new framework for boosting effective carbon rates and reducing the inconsistency of climate policy.
UAE firm Virtuzone launches ‘TaxGPT’, claiming it is the first AI-powered tax tool, while the Australian police faces claims of a conflict of interest over its PwC audit contract.
The US technology company is defending its past Irish tax arrangements at the CJEU in a final showdown that could have major political repercussions.