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Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation

This book discusses the intricate role of transfer pricing and customs value in today's international business environment.
 
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Title:

Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation

Subtitle:

Two worlds to tax as one

Editor(s):
Anuschka Bakker, Belema Obuoforibo
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ISBN:

978-90-8722-059-4

Type of publication:

Print Book

Number of pages:

662

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EUR 120 / USD 160 (VAT excl.)
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Title:

Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation

Subtitle:

Two worlds to tax as one

Editor(s):
Anuschka Bakker, Belema Obuoforibo
Date of publication:
ISBN:

978-90-8722-059-4

Type of publication:

Online book

Number of pages:

662

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EUR 120 / USD 160 (VAT excl.)
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Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation

Why this book?

This book discusses the intricate role of transfer pricing and customs value in today's international business environment. It examines in detail the relationship between valuation for transfer pricing purposes and valuation for customs, and the significance of the relationship for multinational enterprises, tax authorities and customs administrations.

The book begins by reviewing relevant international standards such as the OECD Guidelines and the GATT/WTO Customs Valuation Agreement. This is followed by an in-depth discussion of related issues such as VAT and administrative matters.

Country chapters provide practical insights into applicable legislation and valuation methods and case studies allow direct comparison between the practices of the different countries. It concludes by summarizing the existing relationship between transfer pricing valuations and customs valuations, and by suggesting possible solutions towards a more integrated approach.

This book is essential reading for both tax practitioners and customs officials involved in cross-border business transactions.

 

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Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, South Africa, United Kingdom and United States.

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Main contents
• Chapter 1: Introduction
• Chapter 2: Transfer Pricing – OECD
• Chapter 3: Customs Value
• Chapter 4: Customs Valuation – EU
• Chapter 5: Other Regions
• Chapter 6: Comparison between Customs Valuation and OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines
• Chapter 7: Value Added Tax
• Chapter 8: Administrative Issues
• Chapter 9-21: Country Surveys (incl. 2 case studies)
• Chapter 22: Conclusion
Contributor(s)
Luis A. Abad, Mike Bacon, Anuschka Bakker, Mukesh Butani, Christopher F. Corr, Francisco Cortina, Ian Cremer, Simone Dias Musa, Robert L. Eisen, Andre Erasmus, Massimo Fabio, Sean F. Foley, Koichiro Fujimori, Francois Gadel, Steven R. Galginaitis, Sandra Goldberg, Monique van Herksen, Michael Hewson, Andrew Hickman, Billy Joubert, Juan Martin Jovanovich, Maki Kitaura, Chehrazad Laurent-Lachheb, Marc M. Levey, Mayra O. Lucas Mas, Clarissa Machado, Alessandra Machado Villas Bôas, Jed Michaletos, Heather Missouri, Nigel Peter Moore, Duane Newman, Yongjun Peter Ni, Chikara Okada, Danny Oosterhoff, Olebogeng Ramatlhodi, Ricardo Rendon, Zara Ritchie, Steve Roberts, Johannes Schimmer, Jeroen Scholten, Caroline Silberztein, Yoshio Uehara.

 

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