METHODS OF CONTROLLED TRANSACTIONS AND THE BEHAVIOR OF COMPANIES ACCORDING TO THE PUBLIC AND TAX POLICY
This paper aims to the analysis of the most common methods of controlled transactions, and the interpretation of the arm’s length principle under the view of the tax income comparison between countries with high and low tax rates. Moreover, the factors of comparability scrutinized with a mathematical approach which shows how the tax factors interact within the countries’ economies in the frame of a global view.
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