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  • Fact 6

    'Bottom of the harbour' schemes were a form of tax avoidance used in Australia in the 1970s. The 'harbour' referred to was Sydney Harbour, which was near the financial district. Participation in the schemes was made a criminal offence in 1980.

Revenue / government revenue

The income of a government (from taxes, excise duties or other sources) used for the payment of public expenses.

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