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27.06.2013

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Kevin Rudd is under pressure to dump the fixed $23 per tonne carbon in price to adopt an emissions trading scheme in line with the European Union. However, the EU price has dived to around $6 which could see the Government's revenue forecasts decline. There would also be significant administrative and bureaucratic hurdles in unwinding the tax. Source: abc.net.au

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