This case is a means by which students can explore how government policy is influenced by the actions of stakeholders in an economy: companies, taxpayers, voters, unions and other organizations. It shows how decision making can be an endogenous process of interest and influence, not exogenous, even in areas that are the subject of responsible public policy private sector. In 2010, the ruling party in Australia has developed a new tax, profit tax revenues Super (SRTP). This tax was designed to enable national governments and the State to benefit from the growth of the mining industry by expropriating a greater proportion of industry revenue. The RSPT was prepared without any input from the major mining companies in Australia, and if implemented would represent a substantial increase in their tax obligations. The case is presented from the perspective of the CEO of BHP Billiton, one of the largest mining companies in Australia. The situation considered, if any, steps can be taken to fight a tax which has been developed by the government and is about to be put in? Occupied. Successful case analysis refers to an assessment of all players in the Australian economy will be affected by the imposition of the RSPT. After that, a strategy must be developed to influence the government to withdraw a charge he has demonstrated a firm commitment.
Source: Ivey Publishing
Release: May 9, 2012. Prod #: W12002-PDF-ENG
Australian mining and settlement of cases of tax revenues Super Profit