In January, the UN tax committee sent out a call for submissions [pdf] to the update of its transfer pricing manual. The subgroup working on this update will be drafting additional chapters on intra-group services, management fees and intangibles, all topics that greatly interest developing countries and civil society organisations grouped around initiatives such as… Continue reading What is the UN tax committee for, anyway?
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Meet the new UN tax committee
The list is out, together with a provisional agenda. The BRICS minus Russia all have people on the committee (remember they do not represent their countries in an official capacity), although with some changes in personnel. The UK’s Andrew Dawson returns. Some of the key personalities behind the committee’s work this past session – previous… Continue reading Meet the new UN tax committee
UN transfer pricing manual: what Brazil, India and China do differently
‘Country Practices’. The title of Chapter 10 of the new United Nations Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing [pdf] doesn’t exactly set the pulse racing. But as I noted in my blog on the manual as a whole, this document is politically very significant. It’s probably the only detailed description of Brazil, China, India and South… Continue reading UN transfer pricing manual: what Brazil, India and China do differently
The United Nations Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing: a bluffer’s guide
Last week saw the official launch of a 495-page document by the United Nations tax committee, its new Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing for Developing Countries [pdf]. The final product has been four years in the making and is an impressive, introductory-level guide to transfer pricing. So definitely worth dipping in and out of if… Continue reading The United Nations Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing: a bluffer’s guide