Multinationals with a head-office in the Netherlands are more likely to be controlled by the tax office on the way they spread local costs across the company than in any other country.
This is the conclusion of research by accountancy group Ernst & Young.
The survey shows that 84% of multinationals based in the Netherlands have been asked about their transfer pricing arrangements by tax inspectors since 2003.
This figure was 82% in the US and 52% in Germany. In Spain, just 4% of firms were asked about transfer pricing, the survey said.
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