Intangible assets are intrinsically difficult to evaluate and compare; due to their immaterial nature, they are frequently negotiated within multinational groups, so becoming sensitive to transfer pricing issues. OECD guidelines address the complex problem trying to adapt standard transfer pricing methods to specific circumstances. Arm’s length comparisons are particularly problematic for exclusive and specific patents and trademarks, also as a consequence of the intrinsic confidentiality that concerns their transactions.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
- transfer price