CREATIVE CAMPAIGNING AT IKEA'S EXPENSE

Fair Go for Canberra made some delicious culture jam at the opening of Ikea's first Brisbanian outpost – adapting the design of Ikea labels with information on the multinational's aggressive corporate tax evasion. 

'Local businesses are subject to the standard corporate tax rate of 30%. Since starting operations in Australia in 2003, IKEA has made over $1 billion in profit and paid less than 3% in tax'.

'Fair Go For Canberra sobered Canberrans' giddy glee at flatpacks and meatballs at Monday's Majura Park store opening by drawing attention to the company's multi-national corporate tax avoidance using parody price tags'.