19 Int'l Tax J. i (1993)

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Tax Journal
Editor: Walter F. O'Connor
Fordham University Graduate School
of Business Administration
Editor's Note    iii
IRS's Evolving Objectives Culminate in
Proposed Section 367 Regulations
Roger S. Siboni and A. Ashley Stone  1
An Asset-Based Approach to the Profit Split
Method of International Transfer Pricing
Thomas Brewer and Rebecca 1. Klemm    34
U.S. Income Taxation of Nonresident Aliens'
Direct Investments in Real Property Rentals
Joan Bohman and M.K Bohman      49
Tax Planning for U.S. Multinationals
Philip L. Tretiak  67
The Airline Industry and the Double Dip
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