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Open data on Australian companies could be the best response to tax avoidance

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Imagine if Australia’s economy was as efficient as Silicon Valley is. It’s not that absurd an idea, and the keys are potentially at the government’s disposal.

In the US, technology sector companies including Mattermark and CB insights are now providing a “CIA-like” business data intelligence services about private...

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