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Mine companies could cost WA Govt $2.4 billion
Editorial
27/10/16 - ​Western Australian mining companies could cost the state government up to $2.4 billion if they decide to fight the $5-a-tonne ‘levy’ on iron ore exports.
FactCheck: Is BHP Billiton Australia's largest taxpayer, averaging $8-10b in tax a year?
Editorial
29/05/15 - With miners under the spotlight over tax avoidance claims, how much do they actually pay?
​China cuts its mining taxes
Editorial
21/05/15 - China has nearly halved its iron ore resources tax, removed taxes on coal, and restrictions on some foreign investment.
Cut tax on small business by 5pc: Bill Shorten
Editorial
15/05/15 - Labor would cut the tax on small business to 25 per cent and place a greater emphasis on science and technology, says Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
Claim small businesses could rort Tony Abbott’s new tax deductions
Editorial
14/05/15 - The budget measure which gives small businesses a $20,000 upfront tax deduction on asset purchases could be rorted, according to a prominent tax adviser.
​Glencore again under the spotlight over tax
Editorial
14/05/15 - In the wake of the Federal Budget, profit shifting, and tax avoidance, the spotlight is back on miners’ tax payments.
​FIFO miners the big losers in the budget
Editorial
13/05/15 - Fly in fly out miners have been targeted in this year’s budget, with the government set to slash Zone Tax Offsets.
Joe Hockey to cut tax for small business
Editorial
12/05/15 - Treasurer Joe Hockey is set to deliver small business a tax cut of at least 1.5 per cent in tonight’s federal budget.
Microsoft could open Indian factories due to new taxes
Editorial
29/04/15 - ​Microsoft is considering making phone handsets in India, following the Indian government’s introduction of new duties on imported phones.
Where are we headed?
Editorial
22/04/15 - I'll set the scene by citing the words of two people, words uttered within the past few months.
Employer group calls for payroll tax change to help small business
Editorial
21/04/15 - Victorian businesses which pay less than $850,000 in wages a year should be exempt from paying payroll tax, according to Victoria's peak business group.
David Henderson
Editorial
21/04/15 - David Henderson, CEO of ROCG Asia Pacific believes that the promise of a new financial year is the best time of year to make new resolutions.

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