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As governments worldwide struggle with record deficits and declining tax revenues, the pressure to generate more taxes is leading to increased scrutiny of multinational firms’ transfer-pricing methods by the Internal Revenue Service and foreign tax authorities.The crackdown on transfer pricing—the pricing of goods or services one unit of a company provides to another unit—comes with hefty penalties, says Horacio Peña, senior economist at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Penalties can hit 40% in the United States and go as high as 100% in Mexico and the U.K., Peña says. Developing nations are also getting into the act, including China, India and Brazil.

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