A worker at a near-deserted Ford construction site in Mexico rides past an unfinished building on Jan. 4, one day after Ford announced it was canceling plans to build a plant there. Ed Lotterman says companies like Ford that do business in multiple countries have wide latitude in estimating values of their goods for transfer pricing, an essential accounting step.
A worker at a near-deserted Ford construction site in Mexico rides past an unfinished building on Jan. 4, one day after Ford announced it was canceling plans to build a plant there. Ed Lotterman says companies like Ford that do business in multiple countries have wide latitude in estimating values of their goods for transfer pricing, an essential accounting step. Rebecca Blackwell AP
A worker at a near-deserted Ford construction site in Mexico rides past an unfinished building on Jan. 4, one day after Ford announced it was canceling plans to build a plant there. Ed Lotterman says companies like Ford that do business in multiple countries have wide latitude in estimating values of their goods for transfer pricing, an essential accounting step. Rebecca Blackwell AP

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January 27, 2017 6:38 PM

‘Transfer pricing’ offers lots of room for manipulating international payments

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