Canadian TP ruling favours taxpayer

In the latest transfer pricing case to emerge in Canada, the taxpayer has won a judgment from the Tax Court over reassessments made by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) worth about C$2.7 million ($2.7 million) even though the taxpayers’ transactions were found to contravene the arm’s-length principle.

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