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This book examines how Apple Inc. transferred the economic rights to its intellectual property through a cost sharing agreement with its own offshore affiliates, and was able to shift tens of billions of dollars offshore to a low tax jurisdiction and avoid U.S. tax.
Provides clarity for the analyst tasked with valuation, offering clear explanations of the different perspectives and approaches to the process. The book includes examples, templates, a useful technical supplement, plus case studies.
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