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I was interested to read that the EU and the chancellor, Philip Hammond, are considering taxing some global companies based on their revenues rather than their profits (Hammond calls for ‘Amazon tax’ to save the high street, 11 August). Would it not make sense to shake up corporation tax by scrapping the current system and […]

The federal government remains as determined as ever to pass its tax cuts for big businesses, Malcolm Turnbull says, despite speculation they may be dropped as they approach near-certain defeat.

If your accountant told you to hold off on taking big steps to qualify for the new business owner tax break, you should thank him or her. That’s because your CPA just saved you a big headache.

The nationwide trucker strike that hit Brazil earlier this year caused Q2 output and sales to decline for polyolefins producer Braskem, executives said on Thursday.

It cannot be right that internet retail giants such as Amazon pay relatively modest amounts of tax while their profits soar – and yet House of Fraser and other high street stalwarts are facing closure because of the heavy burden of business rates.

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