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States push hard for changes on GST threshold MP3

Consumer groups are today urging the Federal Government not to buckle to pressure from established retailers, and impose the GST on overseas online sales worth more than $1000. State governments have joined major retailers to push for the threshold for the tax to be reduced or removed. Source: abc.net.au

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