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Principal, PwC US
Christine Saliba is a transfer pricing Principal and economist with 10 years in PwC, specializing in inter-company pricing analysis, economic analysis, and the economic valuation of tangible and intangible property in the Washington Metro office. Christine advises multinational companies on matters related to determining, evaluating, and documenting intercompany pricing arrangements, in particular the transfers of intangible property and associated royalties, cost sharing of intellectual property, and development of intercompany cost arrangements. In addition, Christine focused on tax controversy, dispute prevention and resolution, with experience in advance pricing agreements and competent authority negotiations. Christine is a former lecturer at the Economics Department of the University of Delaware. She taught microeconomics, managerial economics, game theory, mathematical economics and money and banking both to undergraduate and graduate students.
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