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CCH Launches Global Transfer Pricing Research Library

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CCH has introduced the Global Transfer Pricing Research Library as a new research and compliance resource on the latest international transfer pricing information, developments, and in-depth analysis on risks, opportunities and trends from industry experts.

Available on content research platform IntelliConnect, the research library’s real-time, 24/7 updates include: practical analysis; news, thought leadership and key trends; transfer pricing laws, OECD models and commentary; latest tax authority audit policies; limited income agreements; advanced pricing agreements; and transfer pricing tools.

“It’s critical for businesses conducting cross-border transactions to keep pace with tax regime and rate changes and monitor developments that can increase risks and provide opportunities,” stated Mark Friedlich, director of publishing. “With access to our Global Transfer Pricing Research Library, professionals can get quick answers and clear guidance to help implement the most advantageous transfer pricing policies while being in full compliance and reducing both financial and reputational risk.”

More information on the Global Transfer Pricing Research Library is available on the CCH website.

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