Precision Economics has a long history of writing economic reports and testifying around the world. Formed by experienced economists in 2001, the focus at Precision Economics has been on transfer pricing, valuation, commercial damages, intellectual property, international trade, and public policy matters. Working on behalf of plaintiffs, defendants, investors, multinational companies, and Governments; the economists at Precision Economics have been engaged as experts in tax, class action, anti-dumping, antitrust, state aid, and other types of disputes.
While establishing its own history in the 21st Century, Precision Economics is surrounded by the history of prior centuries. We are headquarted at the site of Washington, DC’s historic Seven Buildings pictured above in the 19th Century, when a primary school was located on its premises. Built in the 18th Century, the Seven Buildings housed the French Embassy, the British Embassy, one Vice President, and two Presidents. In the early 20th Century, the Seven Buildings became the site of an early Peoples Drug store, and later the Mexican Embassy.
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