ANTHONY ALBANESE, Australia’s prime minister, has called it “completely unacceptable”. Jim Chalmers, his treasurer, is “furious”. The object of their ire is PwC. The professional-services giant is in hot water over allegations that, after helping the government design a new system to make foreign multinational firms pay more tax, it used its inside knowledge to help global clients circumvent those same measures.
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The scandal centres on Peter-John Collins, a former PwC partner who counselled the government on the tax rules between 2013 and 2015
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