The Resource Key impacts of international tax and trade disruption on global supply chains

Key impacts of international tax and trade disruption on global supply chains

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Key impacts of international tax and trade disruption on global supply chains
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Key impacts of international tax and trade disruption on global supply chains
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Historically, U.S. multinational companies have transferred manufacturing operations offshore to achieve significant labour-cost savings, to be closer to growing markets, to insulate from foreign exchange and customs duty impacts, or to access unique sources of raw materials. The authors say the reduction in the U.S. tax rate, the ongoing trade disruptions, and new tax and IP regimes globally present an opportunity to revisit fundamental business decisions made years ago
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In: Tax management transfer pricing report. - Arlington. - (17 July 2019) ; 7 p
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  • Brown, L
  • Camillo, J
  • Miller, B. (Brant)
  • Stals, K
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North America
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English
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  • MNE
  • manufacturing industry
  • outsourcing
  • effective tax rate
  • intellectual property
  • FDII
  • BEPS Project (OECD)
  • MLI
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Key impacts of international tax and trade disruption on global supply chains
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