The Resource Thailand - hidden tax costs in supply chain structures

Thailand - hidden tax costs in supply chain structures

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Thailand - hidden tax costs in supply chain structures
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Thailand - hidden tax costs in supply chain structures
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eng
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As from 1 January 2000, Thai Customs adopted the GATT Valuation Method in place of the "True Market Value" system, the former system being more transparent than the latter. This article is divided into four parts. Part I gives an overview of customs valuation, looking at the transaction value method, and price actually paid or payable; part II looks at royalties; part III deals with tariff classification and concessions; and part IV discusses rules of origin
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In: Tax planning international transfer pricing. - London. - Vol. 10 (2009),
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Assavapokee, C
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Asia
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English
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  • transfer pricing
  • royalties
  • customs value
  • valuation
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Thailand - hidden tax costs in supply chain structures
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