The executives of the world's largest technology companies will be grilled by a Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance, as the government hopes to claw back up to $4 billion in revenue into public coffers.
Eryk Bagshaw is an economics reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, based in Parliament House
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