MP3: ACCI pre-election ad campaign urges Govt to cut red tape for small business

11.06.2013

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ACCI pre-election ad campaign urges Govt to cut red tape for small business MP3

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has ramped up its pre-election advertising campaign to highlight the challenges confronting small businesses. The lobby group, which backed the controversial WorkChoices policy in the lead-up to the 2007 election, is using real people in a series of ads to urge the next government to simplify the tax system. The ad campaign comes as businesses of all sizes worry about t... Source: abc.net.au

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