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Turkey: Turkish tax incentives for intellectual property

Intangible assets can generally be defined as identifiable nonmonetary assets that cannot be seen, touched or physically measured, which are created through time, experience, knowledge and/or effort. Güler Hülya Yilmaz of Deloitte, Istanbul, explains the difficulties involved in intangible property (IP) definition in a country where transfer pricing legislation is relatively new

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