8th Asia Pacific Cross Border Transactions Conference

Venue: Marriott Hotel

Location: Singapore, Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: May 15, 2006 End Date/Time: May 16, 2006
Early Registration Date: Mar 17, 2006
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In today’s economy, globalization has rapidly increased the amount of cross-border transactions across the globe. Globalization has also altered the tax systems of both developed and developing countries in ways that are difficult to fully comprehend. On the backdrop of this, the governments are taking a more aggressive stance in an effort to protect its tax base and eliminate tax avoidance. Transfer pricing has become one of the most frequently fought battlegrounds between tax payers and the tax authorities globally.

Many of Singapore's larger trading partners and Asian neighbours have significantly toughened their transfer pricing requirements in recent years. Other than trading partners such as the US, Japan, and Australia, who traditionally have strict transfer pricing requirements, new Asian converts to transfer pricing include China, India, Thailand, Malaysia, and Taiwan.

The 8th Annual Asia Pacific Cross Border Transactions conference covers hot spots like India, Thailand and China on the complex issues, rules and planning opportunities involved in transfer pricing. We have invited the revenue departments and practioners from these hot spots to present the delegates with detailed examples of actual documents and case studies so that the management would be fully prepared to organize, document and manage a complex transfer pricing study.

Join us to get answers to your specific technical transfer pricing questions.