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On 6 June 2012, the OECD released an invitation to comment on a discussion draft on the revision of the Safe Harbours Section in Chapter IV of the Transfer Pricing Guidelines. The comments received in response to this invitation have been published. This edition replaces the previous edition released on 28 September 2012.
OECD Working Party No. 6 releases a discussion draft on the Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intangibles
OECD releases a discussion draft on the revision of the Safe Harbours section of the Transfer Pricing Guidelines.
OECD invites comments on certain transfer pricing timing issues
The economic crisis means global corporate losses have increased significantly. Though most of these claims are justified, some corporations use ‘aggressive tax planning’ to avoid taxes. Governments are working together to detect and deter these undue tax advantages.
8 July 2011 - On 9 March 2011, the OECD released an invitation to comment on the administrative aspects of transfer pricing. This was followed on 10 June 2011 by the release of a document containing a “Multi-country Analysis of Existing Transfer Pricing Simplification Measures” on which comments were also invited.
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Este documento, preparado por el Secretariado de la OCDE, presenta una propuesta de enfoque para la redacción de legislación en materia de precios de transferencia.
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This paper, which has been prepared by the OECD Secretariat, contains a suggested approach to the drafting of transfer pricing legislation. It is intended to provide countries that are developing transfer pricing rules with a suggested structure and content for their legislation.
The OECD and India have announced plans to strengthen ongoing co-operation on tax-related issues through the development of a three-year partnership that will provide greater opportunities for structured dialogue and information sharing.
India faces the same challenges as every OECD member country: how to adapt its domestic tax system and its international tax policies to a borderless economy, and how to ensure that the approaches embraced today will be well suited to meet the needs of the economy of tomorrow, said OECD Secretary-General. OECD can offer to India a forum for sharing worldwide experiences and benchmarking national policies against best practices, a