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Brazilian companies hope arm’s-length principle reform will counter costly disputes

In-house tax professionals anticipate a Brazilian OECD membership will solve problems with complex transfer pricing rules and costly disputes with the tax authority. Calculating an arm’s-length price can be a challenge because Brazil’s most commonly-used transfer pricing method, the resale price method or PRL, has fixed margins.

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