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Multinationals could face $270,000 fine over failure to disclose tax affairs

Multinationals could face $270,000 fine over failure to disclose tax affairs

Multinationals that failed to lodge detailed reports about their tax bills could be fined up to $270,000 under a plan being put forward by Labor.

  • Shared by The Sydney Morning Herald
  • March 02, 2016
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As the election draws closer, both parties are trying to outdo each other on plans to curb multinational tax avoidance.

Read the full story at The Sydney Morning Herald.

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