Transfer pricing is increasingly spurring significant changes in tax legislation around the world. This 35th issue of BDO’s Transfer Pricing News focuses on recent developments in Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand, and Tunisia. As you can see, major developments in legislation, case law and guidance have occurred, with interesting implications for taxpayers around the world.
We are pleased to bring you this issue of BDO’s Transfer Pricing News, which we produced in close cooperation with our colleagues from the above-mentioned countries. We trust that you will find it useful and informative. If you would like more information on any of the featured articles, or would like to discuss their implications for your business, please contact the person listed under each article.
The material discussed in this newsletter is intended to provide general information only, and should not be acted upon without first obtaining professional advice tailored to your particular needs.
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Rethink - Transfer Pricing : Should African countries push back on Pillar 1?
Denmark : Submission of transfer pricing documentation now mandatory
Germany : Guidance updated on taxpayer obligations during transfer pricing exam
Ireland : New transfer pricing revenue guidance
Italy : Transfer pricing developments
Rwanda : Transfer pricing developments
Singapore : The IRAS’ COVID-19 transfer pricing guidance and what it means for companies
Thailand : Comprehensive updates on Thailand Transfer Pricing
Tunisie : Harmonisation of transfer pricing regulations with international standards