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Expect no favours at the OECD from 'local boy' Chris Liddell

Peter Griffin
Thu, 29 Oct 2020

Peter Griffin
Thu, 29 Oct 2020

Chris Liddell (R) helps the boss

It may be a point of pride for us to have a “boy from Matamata” running the OECD, but Chris Liddell won’t do us any favours in our effort to force big tech companies to pay their fair share of tax here.The former CFO of Microsoft and vice-chairman of General Motors has enjoyed a relatively long and stable run as White House deputy chief of staff in President Trump’s administration. Now he is Trump’s nominee to be the next secretary-general of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, to which...

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