Are Australian businesses subsidising Apple, Google and other multinationals?
Copy the text below to get a direct link to this video:
The week that was with Michael Pascoe
November 23 2012
Your email was successfully sent.
Sorry. An error occurred when submitting the form.
Please try again later.
Websites in the Fairfax Digital Network offer streaming video and audio in the Flash format. Streaming media allows you to watch video on a website as a continuous feed, as opposed to waiting for an entire audio or video file to download to your computer before you can use it.
To play a video or multimedia clip, you need to have the Flash player installed. You can download one for most systems (including Mac OS X) for free if one is not already installed on your system.
Our automated system will test your connection speed and send the best video stream so it plays smoothly and continuously.
Alternatively, you can manually choose the speed setting that corresponds most closely with your network connection. We produce clips in a range of speeds to deliver the best quality possible-- the better the quality the faster connection you'll need.
What type of connection do you have?
Note: A cookie will be set to keep your preferences.
Your video format settings have been saved.
What does Greece's no vote mean?
Greek debt crisis: what happens next?
Greece to seek common ground with partners
Germans ponder referendum while Greeks celebrate
Tsipras: Athens ready to talk
Business Week: Do Greek events matter to us?
Greek celebrations leave Germans fuming
Greeks say 'No' in referendum
Tourists in Greece witness history
Business Week that was
Cara Delevingne chats with Jenna Clarke 03:14
Eddie Trigg, Marilyn King and the car bomb 06:12
Rudd and Gillard in Breakfast Club starring role 02:08
Brian Wilson's Love and Mercy 05:21
First African team in Tour de France 01:56
BP settles oil spill claims for $18.7 billion 01:13