Battlelines drawn as database goes live. Hooton labels it "The biggest orchestrated political smear in history." With special feature audio.
The government should focus on attracting 30-40 year-old business leaders who have already made their money to New Zealand, Andy Hamilton says. With special feature audio.
UPDATED: “We’re prepared to look at changing the disclosure rules if Mr Shewan’s review finds this is warranted,” says Revenue Minister Michael Woodhouse.
Successive governments of all stripes have nurtured a nasty tax loophole for reasons that remain obscure but now the game is up. With special feature audio.
“It’s an emotional question with a rational answer,” is how Revenue Minister Michael Woodhouse characterises the row over how much, or rather how little tax multinational firms pay to the New Zealand government.