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Brazil
2%
Russia
4%
India
7%
China
4%
South Africa
83%


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TP arbitration

  • Arbitration Commission cases soar

    A new report, yet to be published by the European Commission, shows that the number of open cases in the Arbitration Convention (AC) is rising rapidly. The report which has been supplied to TP Week.com lists more than 350 cases.  August 07, 2008

  • Arbitration in transfer pricing is increasing

    Arbitration in transfer pricing is growing in importance and is becoming a popular alternative to litigation for tax authorities and taxpayers.  September 22, 2008

  • Arbitration memorandum finds common ground between US and Canada

    Canadian and US tax authorities released a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on November 26 about the mandatory binding arbitration proceedings under the mutual agreement procedure (MAP) of the US-Canada tax treaty. December 07, 2010

  • Canada prepares to implement arbitration

    The US-Canada arbitration provisions represent a turning point in cross-border transfer pricing negotiations between the two trading partners. December 08, 2010

  • Disputes on the rise in Germany

    Werner Stuffer and Susann van der Ham of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Germany discuss the increase of large transfer pricing audits in Germany  August 11, 2009

  • Exclusive: UK dispute system ripe for change

    In a TPWeek roundtable, tax disputes specialists discuss alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and whether there is a place for a formal mediation process in the UK. September 10, 2010

  • Mandatory arbitration gains popularity in advance pricing agreement cases

    A recent memorandum of understanding signed by the US and Germany has introduced a set of guidelines that set out how to utilise arbitration in advance pricing agreements. January 28, 2009

  • Mandatory arbitration makes debut in Canada-US treaty

    Santino Di Libero of Gowling Lafleur Henderson believes the inclusion of mandatory arbitration in the fifth protocol to the Canada-US treaty will help the competent authority process between the two countries October 15, 2008

  • New states join Arbitration Convention

    Romania and Bulgaria have joined the European Commission's Arbitration Convention. The two EU member states acceded to the process on July 1. July 09, 2008

  • TP arbitration for developing countries: Benefits and burdens part 1

    The issue of the benefits or otherwise for developing countries of arbitration in tax matters has recently become more pressing. In this three-part series, Michael Lennard, chief of the International Tax Cooperation section of the UN speaks in a personal capacity about some of the issues that may shape transfer pricing arbitration clauses and how they operate in future for taxpayers and their advisers.  October 09, 2013

  • What the US and Canada don’t want you to know about arbitration

    The US and Canadian arbitration provisions were implemented on December 15 2010 but, since then, it is rumoured that only two cases have gone through the process. December 01, 2011

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