An overly broad definition of related parties, and the failure to legislate for APAs and cost contribution arrangements are some of the key omissions marring Portugal’s efforts at
transfer pricing reform. By Francisco de Sousa da Câmara and Maria Quintela of Morais Leitão & J Galvão Teles, Lisbon
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