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Taxing Times for Global Business

April 15th, 2009 Comments off

The global downturn of the economy is forcing many governments to pay more attention to things that they probably routinely overlooked in the past.  One of these things is transfer prices used by multinational companies.  Governments are making the case (often legitimately) that companies are manipulating the price charged to foreign affiliates to avoid higher tax rates in one jurisdiction or another.

Law.com looks at the idea of international tax reform in general and transfer pricing in particular at this link:

http://www.law.com/jsp/law/international/LawArticleIntl.jsp?id=1202429899736