Unemployment hits record low, but less people looking for work
While the unemployment figure dropped to 3.9 per cent, only 4,000 new jobs were created and 7,000 people gave up...READ MORE
German discount supermarket Aldi is still making up its mind on whether to join a tax transparency code which has led to more big businesses, particularly multinationals, releasing information about the tax they pay.
Woolworths recently agreed to sign up to the Voluntary Tax Transparency Code, which targets businesses with turnover of more than $100 million and follows public anger over multinationals engaging in aggressive tax avoidance.
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