Microsoft Australia shifts hundreds of millions in revenue back from Singapore after tax deal

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Microsoft Australia shifts hundreds of millions in revenue back from Singapore after tax deal
Microsoft has booked an additional $326 million of revenue in Australia after restructuring its operating model following an audit by the Australian Taxation Office and broader scrutiny into tax avoidance by multinationals. The company settled with the ATO in August 2017 to resolve ...

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