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Three strategies to fight the tax avoidance revealed by the Paradise Papers The first strategy is to require the public disclosure of country by country reporting of company tax affairs. Shutterstock Roman Lanis, University of Technology Sydney and Brett Govendir, University of...
Nauru has been in the news ever since the Pacific Solution began in 2001, but the history of the tiny island nation has been one of extraordinary waste. Now the expulsion of its chief justice has prompted new questions...
Why Adani may still get its government loan Brendan Gogarty, University of Tasmania Even though the Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced she would be vetoing the around A$1 billion loan to Adani for a rail link to its proposed Carmichael coal...
The Australian arm of the global mining giant Glencore has been involved in cross-currency swaps of up to $25bn of a type under specific investigation by the Australian tax office, the Paradise Papers reveal. Glencore, the world’s largest mining company...

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A trove of 13.4 million records exposes ties between Russia and U.S. President Donald Trump’s billionaire commerce secretary, the secret dealings of the chief fundraiser for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the offshore interests of the queen of England...
Glencore responds to ICIJ’s questions Glencore requested ICIJ publish its full response to our questions relating to our story about Glencore in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The following is what they supplied. UPDATED STATEMENT BY GLENCORE AND KATANGA TO...
Infographic: a snapshot of political donations in Australia Emil Jeyaratnam, The Conversation; Michael Courts, The Conversation, and Reema Rattan, The Conversation CC BY-SA Catch up on other articles in the series here. Emil Jeyaratnam, Multimedia Editor, The Conversation; Michael Courts, Deputy Section Editor:...
ICIJ Key Findings 9 Dec 2014 Pepsi, IKEA, AIG, Coach, Deutsche Bank, Abbott Laboratories and nearly 340 other companies have secured secret deals from Luxembourg that allowed many of them to slash their global tax bills. PriceWaterhouseCoopers has helped multinational companies...
South Australia's gambling tax highlights the regulatory mess of online betting William Hill is among the online bookies to be registered in the Northern Territory, where the tax and regulatory environment is more favourable. AAP/Lukas Coch Charles Livingstone, Monash University The South Australian...
Paying the piper and calling the tune? Following ClubsNSW's political donations Former NSW premier Barry O'Farrell struck a deal with ClubsNSW while in opposition. AAP/Dan Himbrechts Charles Livingstone, Monash University and Maggie Johnson, Monash University Part of the reason why the poker-machine lobby...