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INTRODUCTION OF LEGISLATION TO REPEAL THE MINERALS RESOURCE RENT TAX

The minerals industry welcomes the introduction today of legislation to repeal the Minerals Resource Rent Tax (MRRT) in line with the Government’s election commitment to abolish the tax. The MRRT imposed an unnecessary additional impost on Australia’s mining industry and its repeal is all the more important when the industry is facing pressing challenges to improve productivity and cost competitiveness to encourage continued investment and growth.

Industry Groups United: Carbon Tax Must Go

Groups representing small, medium and large businesses employing millions of people across all sectors of the Australian economy are calling on the parliament to avoid costly delay in the repeal of the carbon tax.

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON THE 2010 MINING TAX CAMPAIGN

Ross Gittins, self-proclaimed truth-teller and “bulldust” identifier, took it upon himself recently to “tell the miners a few home truths” at a government-sponsored mining conference. His address has now bobbed up in a weekend column.

Singapore International Energy Week Roundtable “The Resurgence of Coal: Trends and Challenges

Singapore International Energy Week Roundtable “The Resurgence of Coal: Trends and Challenges” Australia’s Coal Industry: Short-term challenges, long-term opportunities Thursday, 31st October 2013 Dr John Kunkel Deputy Chief Executive, Minerals Council of Australia Notes to Speech Check against delivery

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