The growing convergence of tax avoidance and transfer pricing
The scope and application of the New Zealand general anti-avoidance provision has become very topical recently after a number of wins for the New Zealand Inland Revenue Department. Kirsty Keating and Mark Loveday, of Ernst & Young, explain how recent cases show how non-arm’s-length transacting can form the basis for invoking tax avoidance provisions in New Zealand.
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