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Unraveling the Conundrum that is Transfer Pricing

February 22, 2022 (1 min read)

With the continuing economic effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and ever-growing government deficits, the United States and other jurisdictions have increasingly looked to transfer pricing adjustments to account for lost revenue. If you are a practitioner or an economist working with a multinational entity, there has never been a better time to grasp the transfer pricing rules.


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