Tax cut would cripple interstate rail freight

A proposed tax reform in Australia threatens to wipe out interstate freight hauls below 1000 km. This comes just as private rail freight operators prepare to compete for the modest tonnages available between the five mainland state capitals. Incredibly, economists who proposed the tax change argued that it would level ...

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