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Rio defends tax shifting, calls for lower tax

Monday 10th of April 2017 09:34:25 AM



As the base for global miner Rio Tinto's most profitable mines, Australia received the bulk of the group's tax and royalty payments over the past year, even as the miner remains locked in dispute with the local tax office over tax shifting abroad.



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