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The Government says a crackdown on multinationals should generate an extra $200 million in tax revenue. Yesterday it introduced legislation aimed at stopping multinationals avoiding tax by shifting… Audio
A tax expert says Labour's threat to slap a punitive tax on multinationals ducking their tax obligations is the wrong way to collect the money. Audio
The government is being urged to swiftly review tax laws to make sure multinationals, such as Apple, are paying their fair share.
A ruling that Apple should pay €13 billion in back taxes to Ireland has renewed scrutiny of the tech company's tax arrangements in New Zealand.
International insurance company IAG has won this year's Roger Award for being the worst transnational company in New Zealand.
John Key is downplaying the prospect of a law change to clamp down on tax avoidance by multinational companies. Audio