Recent US customs notice may help compliance with potentially conflicting transfer pricing requirements
The US Customs and Border Protection (US CBP) published a Notice on May 16 revoking a Headquarters Ruling, HRL 54764 (November 8, 2001). The revocation should make it easier for companies importing products purchased from a related party to navigate the potentially conflicting rules and procedures for complying with US transfer pricing rules, while properly reporting the dutiable value of property imported from a related party.
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