SKAT’s aggressive approach to transfer pricing leaves taxpayers fearing an anti-business agenda in Denmark

Danish tax authority, SKAT, collected DKK 20 billion ($2.9 billion) in tax adjustments in 2014 by challenging 76 companies’ transfer pricing arrangements. The agency’s aggressive tax policy has been widely criticised by business with suggestions that government has an anti-business agenda.

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