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27.11.2013

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Hockey calls for debate on Qantas ownership MP3

The Federal Treasurer, Joe Hockey, says taxpayers need to have a debate about increasing foreign ownership of Qantas, or pay the price through greater financial support from the Government. Joe Hockey says it's clear the current regulations no longer work for Qantas, and the public has to decide if it still wants a national carrier. Source: abc.net.au

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