‘Deadly serious’: Australian regulators criticise PwC refusal to hand over report into tax leaks

Consultancy’s global executive says report suggests there’s no evidence confidential information was used for commercial gain

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PwC has faced furious rebuke from politicians, the country’s tax office and a regulator for repeatedly refusing to share a report it used to argue that a damaging tax leaks scandal was isolated to Australia.

The report, by law firm Linklaters, was cited by PwC’s global executive to assure regulators there was no evidence that confidential details about multinational tax laws received by the firm’s international partners were used for commercial gain.

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