MRRT mockers ignore Rio's royal tax bill

Rio Tinto's tax report shows that, despite no MRRT liabilities, it contributes significantly to tax revenue. And with commodity prices recovering, it will soon be paying the super profits tax.

It may not have paid any minerals resource rent tax yet, but Rio Tinto’s annual disclosure of the taxes it has paid tends to refute assertions that the big miners aren’t paying a fair share of the profits they generate from Australian resources to taxpayers.


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