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31 July 2013: ActionAid Australia says Australia companies must pay their tax in Africa, if they are to contribute significantly to alleviating poverty, ActionAid Australia said today in response to the Minister for International Development, Melissa Parke’s statements that Australia must work closely with Australian multinationals in Africa in order to overcome poverty. 

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Oliver De Schutter, has criticised a special tax deal given to Australian uranium mining company Paladin in Malawi that he says is costing the country more than $20 million per year in lost revenue.

Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...
Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...
Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...
Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...
Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...
Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...
Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...
Over the next two days leaders of the G8, the world’s eight richest countries, will meet to discuss reforming the global tax system. Over these 48 hours, developing countries will lose £1.4 billion...