Aldi could be hauled before Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance

 In Aldi, Australia, NewZealand
Aldi could be hauled before the Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance, with Labor senator Sam Dastyari writing to the German supermarket chain questioning the evidence Aldi has provided about the level of taxes it pays locally.
Senator Dastyari, who also chairs the Senate Economics References Committee, which has been running the inquiry into tax minimisation schemes used by multinationals such as Apple and Google,  said there were moves to have Aldi called before the Senate inquiry in coming weeks, but a final decision would be made by the committee.
He said despite Aldi Australia making a written submission to the inquiry pledging it has a clean record on tax, he still had concerns.  Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…

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