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Business urges Government to revise carbon price MP3

The Australian Industry Group is urging the Prime Minister to lower the carbon price or bring it in line with the European Union's emissions trading scheme. The Ai Group also wants the Government to shelve amendments to the Fair Work and 457 visa legislation. Source: abc.net.au

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