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Wednesday, 23 November 1938


Mr CLARK (Darling) .- The Commonwealth has been fleeced of taxes by many overseas pastoral companies which have investments in Australia. They sell their wool overseas and leave the revenue there. The profits that they make are not fully disclosed. Every precaution should be takenby the Commonwealth Government to ensure that such companies are not permitted to default in the payment of their due taxes to the Commonwealth.







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