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The evolution of supply chain management

Published on 01 Oct 08 by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Supply chain management restructuring offers significant opportunities for Australian multinational enterprises to gain greater efficiencies. Given the evolution of the Australian tax landscape supply chain management restructuring warrants further consideration by Australian multinational enterprises.

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Matthew ANDREW
Partner, Ernst & Young.
Current at October 2008 - Current at 17 October 2008
Paul Balkus
Photo of author, Paul BALKUS Paul is the co-leader of Ernst & Young’s Oceania Transfer Pricing practice. He has over 20 years experience in the field of tax and transfer pricing including significant experience in servicing clients across most industries including financial services, mining and resources, pharmaceutical and fast moving consumer goods. Paul has been involved in all aspects of transfer pricing including advance pricing arrangements, dispute resolution, planning and documentation. More specifically, Paul’s experience has included addressing transfer pricing issues in connection with inter-company arrangements involving supply chain restructuring arrangements, global funds management, credit and performance guarantees, global trading and intercompany financing. - Current at 04 February 2015
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Leonid Shaflender ATI
Leonid is a Partner with Ernst & Young. - Current at 04 February 2015
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