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While Chevron is happy to have the prime minister visit its Australian projects, the company isn’t paying its fair share of tax. AAP

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The Australian Tax Office had a superb win against Chevron in the Federal Court last week, but there is something everyone is missing, something that will turn the art of tax avoidance on its head.

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