NERA's Transfer Pricing Capabilities in China

Capabilities and Services

With an always increasing quantity and variety of foreign direct investments in China, the transfer pricing challenges faced by multinational enterprises relate both to compliance with Chinese documentation requirements and also to the need for adequate structure and quantification of the financial flows between China and the rest of the world, in the form of intellectual property, services, and other distribution, manufacturing, or R&D relationships.

Ultimately, the adequate structuring and quantification of the financial flows with China is a must for sustainable growth in China, given their strategic, financial, and tax implications.

NERA’s Global Transfer Pricing network offers a full range of transfer pricing services, independent advice, and valuation by world-class experts and dedicated teams of transfer pricing economists.