Cross-border business transactions with related parties have to be established following the internationally accepted arm’s-length-principle and must be documented in line with domestic tax rules. Only if transfer pricing is understood as a continuous process will the taxpayer be able to minimize the related tax risks in the long run without putting their business model – as a base of corporate success – into question.
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