TPA German BRICS+ Desk

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TPA German BRICS+ Desk
July 26th, 2016
What the BRICS countries do for German Multinationals has a significant economic relevance – at least 1,800 German corporates already have a presence in India, and in Russia one may find 6,000 active corporates with a German origin. Next to these countries, some important markets for the German business community exist, such as Mexico, Turkey, Singapore or Indonesia.

What the BRICS countries do for German Multinationals has a significant economic relevance – at least 1,800 German corporates already have a presence in India, and in Russia one may find 6,000 active corporates with a German origin. Next to these countries, some important markets for the German business community exist, such as Mexico, Turkey, Singapore or Indonesia.
    
BRICS countries show, next to their attractive markets, challenging legal frameworks and location factors. The legal and tax framework is generally not an easy one to work with, and local Transfer Pricing, VAT and customs regimes significantly differ from the ones of developed countries, representing a challenge for the German multinationals more familiar with OECD and WCO conditions. Actual economic downturn situations in these emerging countries (e.g. a monetary decay) provide new and significant challenges for corporations.

Critical for a consistent and defendable Tax, Transfer Pricing and Customs policy is that all group transactions follow the local requirements in both the jurisdiction of the entity providing compensation for the transaction and in the jurisdiction of the entity receiving this compensation.

Characteristic features of BRICS countries are e.g.:

  • Brazil: Missing DTT with Germany, numerous specific taxes and a separate route in Transfer Pricing since decades
  • Russia: First-time implementation of local Transfer Pricing regime in 2013 with some specific characteristics and deviations from the well-known OECD world
  • India: Non acceptance of the OECD Guidelines, local characteristics and Permanent Establishment (PE) risks
  • China: Non acceptance of the OECD Guidelines, local characteristics and a greed for a “Super Profit“
  • South Africa: Strong Focus on tax audits and interesting holding regime for the African continent

TPA Global has been setting up the TPA German BRICS+ Desk for those requirements of multinationals being active in these regions.

The TPA German BRICS+ Desk coordinates centrally all questions in these countries, while also wielding a unique expertise in German territory. The TPA German BRICS+ Desk coordinates the local know-how of the TPA Global experts around the globe and brings the TPA Global service portfolio together at a central point – a unique one stop shop for multinationals with global activities.

 

Contact

Carsten Schmid
Germany
T: +49 711 993 3830
E: c.schmid@tpa-global.com

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TPA German BRICS+ Desk
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July 26th, 2016
What the BRICS countries do for German Multinationals has a significant economic relevance – at least 1,800 German corporates already have a presence in India, and in Russia one may find 6,000 active corporates with a German origin. Next to these countries, some important markets for the German business community exist, such as Mexico, Turkey, Singapore or Indonesia.

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