The OECD’s BEPS project shook up the global taxation playing field, seeking to level it with new guidelines for international business.
Now, at a time when the very nature of global business is being questioned by many, businesses will want to make certain their international activities are secure. Correctly attributing their profits will be one important step towards this goal.
Changes to the way tax authorities look at multinationals and transfer pricing are still bedding in with international businesses, Bureau van Dijk senior director, tax and transfer pricing solutions, Luis Carrillo explains.
In our transfer pricing special report, we asked Carrillo and KMPG partner, global transfer pricing services, China Eastern and Western Region, Robert Xu, for their insight into global taxation and transfer pricing today.
Our special report covers:
- Changes in the post-BEPS global taxation landscape
- The taxation of multinational activity in China
- Technology and resources to support your transfer pricing strategy