Allocation of profit to a permanent establishment is a controversial and awkward issue both in domestic and treaty practice. A person, whether individual or legal, cannot enter into a transaction with itself. The UK approach to treaties follows the traditional language18 of art. 7(2) of the OECD Model and is illustrated by art. 8(2) of the Thai Treaty which reads:

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