Chevron is considering going to the High Court after losing a Federal Court appeal against being forced to pay up to $340 million to the Australian Taxation Office for assessments from 2004 to 2008.
This is the same group who have indicated it isn’t responsible for any tax until around 2027 due to capex offsets. Yeah, nah, just another multinational receiving preferential treatment and spitting in the face of Australian people. Joan Mike Canny
Yeah the Australian taxpayer is “hugely disappointed too”! When it gets down to plain talk we have something y’all want, so stop trying to cheat us. Leanne McGowan
If the Government had balls it would take their drilling rights off them and give it to another company that will pay tax, so what’s the problem? It’s all bull. Morgan Chapman
I think it is about time we nationalised these arrogant p ***** . Ian Rogers
The Shield-X challenge launched in Perth recently calls on people throughout the world to design a device that can communicate with any piece of autonomous equipment with potential safety benefits for autonomous mine sites.
Not only do we need a tax on automated ports we also need to tax automated trucks and trains. Effectively put a tax on any automated equipment that takes a worker’s job. Paul Ferreira
They don’t want to pay tax, they don’t want to pay royalties, they don’t want to employ locals and now they don’t want to employ anyone! What a great deal our pollies are making for our nation’s finite resources. Adrian Evans
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