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IFA speakers address lack of progress in OECD’s intangibles work

Defining intangibles is vital to the success of the OECD’s BEPS project because a clear definition is important for comparability and valuation. However, given the broad range of intangibles, deciding on one precise definition will be extremely challenging.

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