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Union report says Australia shortchanged by mining boom MP3

A new report says Australians aren't seeing enough economic benefits from the once in a century mining boom. The study commissioned by the Construction, Foresty, Mining and Energy Union found the share of industry income paid in wages has dropped while mining profits have surged over the past 20 years. Source: abc.net.au

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