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24.11.2013

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Treasurers to discuss online shopping GST MP3

Australian retailers have been warning for years that goods bought on the internet and brought into the country by local customers have been seriously denting business. Imposing the GST on imported goods worth less than $1,000 will be on the agenda when the Federal Treasurer, Joe Hockey, meets with his state and territory counterparts. Retailers say the change could net the Government $1 billion of extra revenue each... Source: abc.net.au

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