OECD’s de Ruiter on why poorer countries cannot only rely on the UN for transfer pricing

Since the UN embarked upon its transfer pricing guidelines for developing countries, the OECD has been condemned for the work it is also doing in this field by non-government organisations (NGO). The OECD’s Marlies de Ruiter explains why that criticism is short-sighted.

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