Transfer pricing is an increasingly significant issue in the tax world. While the focus has traditionally been on direct taxation, transfer pricing and its implications for customs and value-added tax and vice versa now attract the attention of both governments and businesses more than ever. Built on the outcome of the first joint conference held in May 2006, the OECD and the WCO are joining hands again to organise this second international conference that will bring together the most dynamic public and private sector specialists available to continue addressing the interaction between transfer pricing, customs and VAT. The aim of this conference was to provide a discussion forum for revenue/tax authorities, customs administrations and economic operators in international trade and taxation to dialogue on this topical issue with a view to exploring ideas that could bridge the gap between direct and indirect taxation on the valuation of transactions between related parties, and to explore possible areas for strengthening coordination between customs and tax specialists. Attached is a printable version of the agenda for this event. For further information, please visit the conference Internet site at http://events.wcoomd.org/val07factsheet.htm.