PERTH (miningweekly.com) – Mining major BHP on Tuesday
revealed that it had paid some $9.1-billion in tax, royalties and other
government payments during the 2020 financial year.
In its Economic Contribution Report, company CFO Peter
Beaven noted that over the last decade, the company paid some
$85-billion globally in royalties, taxes and government payments.
For the 2020 financial year, some 82.2%, or $7.5-billion,
of the royalty and tax payments were made in Australia, with the company paying
some $64.2-billion in royalties and taxes in Australia over the last ten years.
In Chile, BHP contributed $946.4-million in royalties and
taxes during 2020, while paying a further $378.7-million in the US, and
$70.7-million in the UK.
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