Swedish court rejects hindsight in arm’s-length pricing

A Swedish court has ruled on timelines for information used in benchmarking searches in a case involving The Absolut Company, which produces Absolut Vodka. The court concluded, supported by the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines, that looking at data from years after the year under review would constitute hindsight and would not be accepted.

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