The Resource Achieving U.S. transfer pricing objectives without creating a U.S. business for a foreign person : does re-risking a U.S. distributor or other U.S. person expose the foreign counter-party to U.S. source-basis tax ?

Achieving U.S. transfer pricing objectives without creating a U.S. business for a foreign person : does re-risking a U.S. distributor or other U.S. person expose the foreign counter-party to U.S. source-basis tax ?

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Achieving U.S. transfer pricing objectives without creating a U.S. business for a foreign person : does re-risking a U.S. distributor or other U.S. person expose the foreign counter-party to U.S. source-basis tax ?
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Achieving U.S. transfer pricing objectives without creating a U.S. business for a foreign person : does re-risking a U.S. distributor or other U.S. person expose the foreign counter-party to U.S. source-basis tax ?
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eng
Summary
Explores the federal source-basis income tax ramifications when a foreign supplier distributes goods in the United States through a U.S. corporation and the foreign supplier protects the U.S. corporation against financial risks
Citation source
In: Tax notes international. - Arlington. - Vol. 30 (2003),
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Hannes, S.P
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English
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  • source principle of taxation
  • transfer pricing
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Achieving U.S. transfer pricing objectives without creating a U.S. business for a foreign person : does re-risking a U.S. distributor or other U.S. person expose the foreign counter-party to U.S. source-basis tax ?
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Achieving U.S. transfer pricing objectives without creating a U.S. business for a foreign person : does re-risking a U.S. distributor or other U.S. person expose the foreign counter-party to U.S. source-basis tax ?
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