TaxNewsFlash-Transfer Pricing — KPMG's reports of transfer pricing developments from across the globe
Transfer Pricing Review provides transfer pricing information for almost 100 countries, including documentation requirements, deadlines, transfer pricing methods, penalties, special considerations, advance pricing agreements, and competent authority matters.
Prior editions of TaxNewsFlash-Transfer Pricing (from 2014) are listed below, and are searchable by key words.
For a copy of a prior edition, send an email to US-KPMGWNT@kpmg.com with (1) date and (2) title. A copy will be sent to you as soon as possible.
2014 Editions [PDF 957 KB]
1 Dec - Italy: Implementing guidelines for country-by-country reports
15 Nov - Canada: APA statistics for 2016
22 Jun - OECD: BEPS discussion drafts, attribution of profits to permanent establishments and transactional profit splits
5 May - India: Report of APA statistics
9 Feb - India: Update on APAs
11 Nov - UK: Updated HMRC guidance on APAs
16 Mar - Indonesia: FAQs on transfer pricing
18 Aug - US: Explanation of new APA guidance
12 Aug - US: New guidance under APA program
13 Jun - India: APA rollback FAQs
26 May - Turkey: APA update
6 May - Indonesia: APA guidelines
29 Apr - Turkey: APA draft guidance
30 Mar - US: APMA program statistics for 2014
25 Feb - Canada: Intercompany management fees
13 Jan - Greece: APA procedures, process
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