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Mineral Resource Rent Tax (MRRT) is an economic rent payable by the mining companies for the extraction of coal and iron ore and charged on the extracted volume before it undergoes any processing or value addition. The Australia's Future Tax System (AFTS) Review in December 2009 proposed a uniform resource rent tax aimed at taxing above normal profits made by the miners and to smooth out the inappropriate and inflexible royalty rates applicable in different states of Australia which is being currently charged under Resource Super Profit Tax (RSPT).
- The report provides a brief of Australia's Mineral Resource Rent Tax (MRRT), the reasons behind introducing MRRT, the possible impact, an examination of taxation mechanism and rates against Resource Super Profit Tax.
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Mineral Resource Rent Tax, MRRT, MRRT Timeline, Australian government?s two-pronged approach, synopsis, mechanism, rates, peer, impact