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Commercial implications of the resources super profits tax presentation

Published on 23 Jun 10 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • implications for supply contracts
  • implications for negotiated acquisitions
  • implications for public company takeovers
  • implications for financing transactions.

Author profile:

Ted Hill
Ted Hill is a partner in Allens Arthur Robinson's Energy and Resources practice group. He has extensive experience acting for mining and oil and gas companies on acquisitions, joint ventures and new projects. Current at 23 June 2010
 

This was presented at Resource Super Profits Tax - Not So Super!.

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Resource super profits tax (RSPT)

Author(s):  Grant CATHRO

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Commercial implications of the resources super profits tax

Author(s):  Ted HILL

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Accounting for the resource super profits tax

Author(s):  Andrew VAN DINTER

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