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05.06.2016

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Corporate tax cuts at centre of election campaign contest MP3

The Prime Minister says people can have a discussion about the size of the economic dividend from the Government's plan to cut corporate tax, but there's 'no question' it will boost investment and jobs. The Opposition leader Bill Shorten is continuing to argue that the $50 billion, 10-year plan is unaffordable, but he's had to defend arguing for a corporate tax cut in 2011. Source: abc.net.au

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