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Asia Pacific: Transfer pricing review (2018)

Asia Pacific: Transfer pricing review (2018)

Articles about the transfer pricing environment in various countries in the Asia Pacific region reflect the tax rules and the experience of KPMG tax professionals in their local countries.


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Topics of the articles in the report for 2018 include:

  • U.S. corporate tax reforms and impact on the Asia Pacific region
  • Asia Pacific—harmonious interplay between transfer pricing and customs valuation?
  • Australia—transparency is trending
  • China—SAT tapping into the tax “big data” paradise
  • India—transfer pricing landscape
  • Indonesia—rapid transfer pricing evolution
  • Japan—update on Japanese transfer pricing 2018
  • Korea—recent tax reform to align with OECD’s BEPS project
  • Malaysia—new government, transfer pricing as usual?
  • New Zealand—“BEPS monster” on the horizon
  • Philippines—still at a standstill?
  • Singapore—fine-tuning the legislation for greater compliance
  • Sri Lanka—head-start for new developments
  • Taiwan—stepping in line with global trends
  • Thailand—transfer pricing law to be enacted in 2018
  • Vietnam—the reality of decree 20


Read the 2018 transfer pricing report [PDF 6.55 MB] prepared by KPMG’s Global Transfer Pricing Services in connection with the International Tax Review

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