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TP arbitration for developing countries: Benefits and burdens part 1

The issue of the benefits or otherwise for developing countries of arbitration in tax matters has recently become more pressing. In this three-part series, Michael Lennard, chief of the International Tax Cooperation section of the UN speaks in a personal capacity about some of the issues that may shape transfer pricing arbitration clauses and how they operate in future for taxpayers and their advisers.

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