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BHP Billiton faces $432 million tax bill in Australia

The Australian Tax Office has challenged the transfer pricing practices of BHP Billiton, serving the country’s largest taxpayer with a A$522 million ($432 million) tax bill, based on the pricing of goods it sold to a marketing affiliate in Singapore. The company’s Singapore tax bill is also being questioned under Australia’s controlled foreign company (CFC) rules, which require a minimum payment of tax.

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