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Australia and Canada worlds apart on country-by-country reporting

Countries with their own transfer pricing reporting forms, such as Canada and Australia, have a strong case to stick to their own standards rather than adopt the OECD’s universal approach because of their greater relevancy with regards to meeting specific country needs.

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