Charity claims transfer pricing is hurting world’s poorest

April 22nd, 2009

Transfer Pricing Week

A UK charity has called on the world’s leaders to target transfer pricing abuses, amid the fear that it is depriving the world’s poorest countries of an estimated $160 billion.

Christian Aid is concerned about the prospects of the world’s poorest countries and how transfer pricing is preventing them from receiving much-needed aid from developed economies.

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