PODCAST

Mexico’s Transfer Pricing Developments: Addition by Subtraction?

Podcast on transfer pricing developments in Mexico that may affect U.S. multinationals with manufacturing operations in Mexico

Kimberly Majure

Kimberly Majure

Principal, International Tax & Legal Operations Transformation Services, KPMG US

+1 202-533-5270

Kortney Wallace

Kortney Wallace

Principal, International Tax, KPMG US

+1 313-230-3056

Alejandro Cervantes

Alejandro Cervantes

Lead Partner, Transfer Pricing, Mexico and Central America, KPMG in Mexico

+52 664 6086522

Carlos Perez Gomez

Carlos Perez Gomez

Partner, Transfer Pricing Controversy & Dispute Resolution, KPMG in Mexico

+52 55 5246 8448

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Episode 05-2022 | Mexico has tightened the reins on inbound investment over the past few years. With the termination of the maquiladora advance pricing agreement (APA) program, U.S. multinationals are faced with the possibility that Mexican manufacturing is about to get very much more expensive. The responses have been mixed, with some taxpayers staying the course on their maquilas and some considering a change in location or paradigm. With a lot of factors to be weighed, the calculus isn’t easy. In addition, Mexico’s 2021 tax reform included several transfer pricing rules that stepped up the scope and timing of transfer pricing compliance in Mexico.

How are taxpayers dealing with these changes, and what will Mexico do next? Alejandro Cervantes and Carlos Perez Gomez from KPMG in Mexico join podcast hosts Kimberly Majure and Kortney Wallace to discuss. 

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