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The crackdown by the Australian Taxation Office on tax havens is believed to be part of a broader strategy to prevent what's known as profit shifting. The World Today spoke to University of New South Wales Associate Professor Dale Boccabella, who specialises in taxation law at the Australian School of Business. Source: abc.net.au

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