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The Berry Ratio: why it should rarely be used

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The Berry Ratio: why it should rarely be used
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The Berry Ratio: why it should rarely be used
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eng
Summary
This article discusses the limited number of cases where the Berry Ratio should be applied, further supporting Charles Berry's premise that the ratio should be applied as an exception and not as a rule. It defines the Berry Ratio, looks at the functional comparability and looks at the presence of intangibles
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In: Transfer pricing international journal. - London. - Vol. 13 (2012),
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Hejazi, J
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International
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English
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  • transfer pricing
  • Berry ratio
  • intangibles
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The Berry Ratio: why it should rarely be used
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The Berry Ratio: why it should rarely be used
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