Pharmaceutical companies pay just $85 million tax on $8 billion revenue – The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review
Pharmaceutical companies pay just $85 million tax on $8 billion revenue
The Australian Financial Review
Nine global drug companies booked $8 billion in Australian revenue last year but paid just $85 million in tax, a senate committee has heard. The companies told the committee probing corporate tax avoidance that they all complied with all Australian and …
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