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Productivity needs a shot in a arm — because not a GST boost?

No taxation provokes as most undiscerning terror among a domestic leaders as a GST. The sovereign supervision and antithesis have ruled out changes. Even a comparatively educational Henry examination wasn’t authorised to present it.

Admittedly, Australians did not accurately welcome a taxation on products and services. Paul Keating’s extensive expenditure tax — known as Option C during his 1985 taxation summit — was strangled during birth. John Hewson resolutely advocated a GST from antithesis and mislaid a “unlosable” 1993 election. John Howard took a GST to a 1998 choosing and only scraped behind in to office, losing a two-party elite vote. An economically ignorant Senate

Article source: http://www.crikey.com.au/2011/10/18/productivity-needs-a-shot-in-the-arm-why-not-a-gst-boost/

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