South Africa’s struggle for transfer pricing transparency
September 24, 2012
Salman Shaheen TPW
Transfer pricing can be a contentious area for authorities and taxpayers at the best of times. But in an emerging economy, with limited capacity like South Africa, getting the true picture from multinational corporations throws up challenges of its own.
Speaking at International
Tax Reviews 12th annual Transfer Pricing Forum in Paris today,
Nishana Gosai, transfer pricing manager at the South African Revenue Services (SARS)
Large Business Centre, said while it is SARS duty to collect its fair share
of tax and taxpayers accept they must pay their fair share, the two sides do
not necessarily agree what that constitutes.
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