Publication of the Serbian edition of the OECD TP Guidelines
12. December 2011.
Publication of the Serbian edition of the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations (2010)
The Serbian translation of the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations (2010) has been published under the auspices of the Serbian Fiscal Society. After more than a year of efforts the SFS Transfer Pricing Working Group which included Prof. Dr. Dejan Popovic, mr Svetislav V. Kostic, Dr. Dragan Demirovic and mr Sasa Randjelovic, with the support of young Deloitte employees (Milica Obradovic, Filip Kovacevic, Milos Krstic and Dejan Mrakovic, LL.M), completed the Serbian translation of one of the most important comparative sources in the area of transfer pricing, a source which represents the initial basis for anyone who wishes to deal with this topic of tax law. The translation was published in 300 copies, where in accordance with the decision of the General Assembly of the SFS, 130 of them have been donated to government, judiciary and academic institutions in Serbia and the Republic of Srpska. A highly attended promotion of the Serbian edition of the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations was held on 12. December at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, where the audience was addressed by Prof. Dr. Mirko Vasiljevic, the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Prof. Dr. Dejan Popovic, the President of the SFS, Dejan Stojanovic, Secretary General of the SFS and mr Svetislav V. Kostic, a member of the SFS Transfer Pricing Working Group (here you can view the presentation of mr Svetislav V. Kostic from the presentation/ Serbian only). After the Belgrade event, a promotion was also held on 15. December 2011 in Banja Luka at the Administrative Centre of the Government of the Republic of Srpska.
The book can be purchased at the Bookstore of the Faculty of Law (Bul. Kralja Aleksandra 67, 11000 Belgrade) or (electronic version only) through the OECD.