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Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan says multinationals are already approaching the Australian Taxation Office to negotiate before the Turnbull government's tougher anti-avoidance laws take effect in January, and he expects the office to reap $1.1 billion from them.
In his opening remarks to the Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance, Mr Jordan will also take issue with evidence given by companies in the oil and gas sector and tech giants Uber and Airbnb, which appeared before the hearing in Sydney on Wednesday.
Read the full story at The Sydney Morning Herald.