The Oxford Handbook of International Business

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arm's length standard. This separate accounting framework worked reasonably well in the 'horse and buggy' days when multinationals were stand-alone replicas of their parents and most intrafirm transactions were in finished goods. As E-business spreads and more MNEs adopt transnational strategies and complex matrix structures, it will become increasingly difficult to apply separate accounting rules. The IRS has led the way by applying a formulary apportionment method to the global trading industry; perhaps this will be a bell-wether for future approaches to taxing MNEs in the twenty-first century.


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