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Mega profits with no tax — corporate tax avoidance rife in Australia

  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 02:36

EXCLUSIVE: New analysis by ABC reveals Qantas, BHP, Foxtel and EnergyAustralia are among hundreds of companies who haven't paid corporate tax in Australia for the last decade.

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