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Australia left behind as MNEs chase competitive tax regimes

24 August 2017

Anjana Haines

Facebook and Microsoft have been forced to change their operating structures in Australia to avoid being caught by tough tax avoidance laws, but could simply amending tax rates and incentivising R&D investment change corporate behaviours voluntarily?



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