Calling time on decades of tax trickery

As the impact of corporate tax-shifting on Australia grows aggressively, the G20 will be a fork in the road for Joe Hockey.

While Treasurer Hockey is locked up in meetings with G20 finance ministers this weekend, Labor is making political hay with one of the key issues up for discussion -- tax evasion by multinationals.

This is an old problem for Australia, with roots back to the 1960s, particularly around profit-shifting by mining companies.

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