The Link Between Transfer Pricing & Customs Valuation - 2013 Country Guide
The Link Between Transfer Pricing & Customs Valuation - 2013 Country Guide is one of the most broad-based and authoritative guides of its kind, compiling essential information regarding the customs-related requirements and implications of related party pricing adjustments in numerous key jurisdictions around the world. All the information has been provided by local country specialists from the Deloitte member firms' global network of Customs and Global Trade (CGT) professionals. With more than 500 professionals in over 100 countries worldwide, Deloitte member firms' CGT practice serves importers and exporters in every business sector and industry around the world.
What’s new in 2013?
The Link Between Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation — 2013 Country Guide has been updated this year to address several country-specific regulatory changes in the area of related party customs valuation. The Guide also includes two new contributing countries: Thailand and Vietnam. Further, we have expanded the content by adding two new questions.
Given the complexity of customs valuation and transfer pricing issues, as well as the increasing scrutiny of related party transactions by customs and tax authorities around the globe, The Link Between Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation — 2013 Country Guide provides you with a starting point for all your inquiries on the customs-related impacts of setting and adjusting transfer prices. In addition, it is important to note that the setting of transfer prices and the making of transfer pricing adjustments has other potential tax implications that are not directly addressed in this guide and which must also be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
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