An agreement has been signed by 130 countries that could potentially stop multinationals from profit-shifting to avoid paying tax.
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The head honcho of Afterpay has described Australia's tech talent pool as "very strong".
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The Prime Ministers of Australia and Singapore have jointly hinted at a travel bubble once a majority of people in both states are vaccinated.
G7 finance ministers are taking aim at some of the world's "most profitable multinational enterprises" by agreeing to set a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15%.
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