Australian tax boss rebukes Google, Apple and Microsoft over Senate inquiry evidence

The tax commissioner, Chris Jordan, has delivered a public rebuke to multinational tech giants Apple, Google and Microsoft, vigorously contesting evidence they gave to a recent Senate inquiry hearing into corporate tax avoidance.Jordan told a Senate hearing on Wednesday the companies had provided highly partial accounts of their accounting activities relating to effective tax rates, arm’s-length pricing, and transfer pricing.

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