DFDL TAX WORKSHOP
CUSTOMS VALUE vs TRANSFER PRICING
How to practically manage overlapping
and conflicting rules in Vietnam?
Thursday, 3 November 2011
9am – 12pm
Legend Hotel Saigon
2A-4A Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
What happens if the customs authorities reject the declared value of imported goods, even though the GDT does accept the same value? Are the transfer pricing rules for customs and corporate tax the same? How do you resolve conflicts?
In most cases, when enterprises import goods into Vietnam from related suppliers, the customs authorities and the GDT have opposite concerns: the GDT is worried the value of the goods is too high, the customs authorities worry the value is too low.
Enterprises have to take both concerns into account. They navigate between two different sets of local practices, rules and international principles.
This unique, in-depth seminar focuses on how the rules differ, and on practical experiences:
- How to defend yourself to a customs value reassessment?
- Practical application of Customs Valuation Rules in Vietnam
- What is the impact of a changing supply chain?
- Transfer pricing principles in customs cases
- How do customs authorities interpret the valuation rules?
- Does your benchmark report prepared for CIT help for customs disputes?
- When can Transaction Value be rejected?
- Circular 66 Transfer Pricing vs Decree 40 Customs Valuation
DFDL has created a dedicated Tax & Customs Practice Group covering the entire region with experienced professionals who are exclusively dedicated to tax and customs advisory services. In conjunction with our corporate legal advisers, we are now uniquely positioned to provide tax advice to assist clients in identifying the major tax issues that will affect their investment and strategies to minimize unnecessary, adverse tax exposures and consequences.
DFDL is pleased to invite you to attend our “Customs Value vs Transfer Pricing” to be held at the Legend Hotel Saigon, 2A-4A Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday, 3 November 2011, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Registration US$70 + 10% tax per person includes printed documentation and refreshments). Places are limited and we recommend that you confirm your attendance as soon as possible by replying to Ms. Mai (firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information, call Mai at +84 8 39100 072 or +84 908 863 118.
Managing Director, Tax and Customs Practice Group