France, India Pass Up OECD’s Hard-to-Value Intangibles Rules

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By Hamza Ali

Countries like France, Switzerland, and India are among the jurisdictions that haven’t adopted the OECD’s approach to assessing hard-to-value intangible assets. More than half of the 40 countries surveyed haven’t implemented the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s recommendations, according to an update released Wednesday. 

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By Hamza Ali, posted on Wednesday December 16, 2020
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